National Poetry Month

In honor of National Poetry Month, I have decided to post a poem from Space Tripping with the Shredded Orphans.

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http://www.poets.org/page.php/prmID/41

Here are the lyrics for the Shredded Orphans’ song “Queen of the Bees”

Queen of the Bees

Baby, you’re the Queen of the Bees

You don’t care if everybody sees

What you’ve done to me

Breaking me in two

YOU MAKE ME SICK

YOU MAKE ME SICK

I watch you ooze all over other guys

They stick to you like nasty little flies

They don’t even care

When you crack the whip

I CAN’T STAND YOU

I CAN’T STAND YOU

Baby, you call my name and I jump

Even when you’ve left me in the dump

I can’t believe I would

After what you did

I DON’T NEED YOU

I DON’T NEED YOU

Watch me fall down upon my knees

Because you are the Queen of the Bees

Tear my heart in two

Bleeding on the floor

I DON’T WANT YOU

I MUST HAVE YOU

My apologies if you didn’t care for this poem/song lyric.  The Shredded Orphans are a space punk band, or in their world a seismic rock band.  My book is due to be self-published summer of 2013.  You can read more about their adventures then.  Happy National Poetry month!

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