A Bo's Dilemma



He's so very tired of trying to impress
Oh yes, they say they know he can
As they lift their dress
For another man.
A bunch of inbred
Say that statement's Freudian
On their free cutesy way
And he'll agree
In a base sense
Being too, a simpleton astray
While
Screaming from being lashed
To the fence
Day after day.
Because of this
He questions everything
Especially his own existence
While
Screaming from being lashed
For the fence
Day after day.
Thus
Praise nothing
Praise something
Praise everything
Praise
The fence
Yeah the fence.
It's all the same difference
While
Screaming from being lashed
By the fence
Day after day.
Meaning
He doesn't know
If he'll ever faithfully believe
Anything but nothing.
He hates redundancies
Remaining lashed on the fence
Neverendingly.
Integration?
Well okay
He hopes it has pictures.

by

Carl D. Schultz