The Morning After
The Morning After When I awoke I knew it would happen; mouth watery, world spinning, body sweating like dew. This was not a thought last night during the clappin’; the time has come to pay my due.
Stumbling, praying, falling out of bed; trying to get up, trying to think, the light hammers pounding at my head, kneel to the one you know, not the sink.
The Porcelain God awaits the feeble; mouth watery, world spinning, body sweating like dew. The God will help for good not for evil, hug him close, now pay your due.