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An Polar Finesta! 
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Alas, the Norwegian border and its runestones
Shake the pennies out their pockets and
Have trumpeteer call to my American brothers
Green tree frogs and pieces of amethyst
Fumble out of my satchel and sink
Deeper than the snores of a hibernating beast
Deep into our dreams
Deep into the concrete
Deep into our souls
I must have hidden my smoking lamp more
Effectively
This was good, for the strain of the night was Skywalker
And the movie of the night was 'Beauty And The Beast'
I took out a small ball of black tar heroin
And handed it to the stewardess as I walked off the plane
The breeze grabbed my waist
And worked its way into my bones
I smiled and shouted to the sky
"An Polar Finesta!
Shul Knar Un Pak Pak!"
A mystic sitting on an oriental rug looked at me
And gave me a stern nod
I walked to him
Handed him twelve sticks of patchouli forest incense
And hurried along after a blonde wearing
A fine necklace of heavenly blue morning glories
I whispered in her ear that we were to make
Love on a mountain top
She turned into a great eagle and flew
Into the air, perching on the top of
A pine...right on top of the mountain
I knew I'd never reach her now
She was merely teasing me!
I took five marbles out of my pocket
And wondered their worth in such a land
It cost six marbles to turn into a wolf
And nearly one hundred and ninety to become eagle
The blonde was playing chess with my heart
I paid the man playing sitar two marbles
And become a tortoise
I spent the rest of my years
Wandering dirt roads
My mind was filled with thoughts of hard ale
And morning glory necklaces
I let the thought of suicide slip in and out of
My thought patterns
Last night I said my goodbyes to Peter and Perseus
And slowly walked to the edge of a cliff
As I was closing my eyes and leaning forward
The beautiful stewardess walked to
Me, picked me up, and brought me
To a gorgeous fountain with lit candles floating about
She took the fine ball of opium I had given
Her and put it down before me, right next to my eager mouth
I chomped it down and began to feel my body glowing
Two giant wings sprouted out of my shell
I gave a great cry and carried myself
Up to the top of the mountain
The eagle turned back into woman
I once again became man
She walked over to me and smiled, taking my hand
I tossed her to the ground and spit on her
Taking my last 3 marbles out of my
Pocket, I buried them, collected some
Tears from the blonde with the beautiful
Morning glory necklace, and watered my
Marbles. Three women clawed their way
Out of the earth, each one a work of
Art that would cause envy amongst goddesses
They grabbed me
Kissed me
Pulled me to the ground
I looked over at the blonde wearing the morning glory necklace
She had her head in her hands weeping
I could have comforted her, but instead
I let an orgy take place


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