THE DIVE BAR, by Ken Gardner
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THE DIVE BAR, by Ken Gardner.

Turns out she was
A complete phony
"Who knew?"
Everyone
Ultimately a hole
That can't be filled
No matter what or
how much
Garbage you
Dump in
A hole that can't
Be filled
"Hell I've been treated
Like garbage
And dumped before"
Yea but you can't hold
That amount of alcohol
To do it
To get threw it
To throw up
Use your finger
To brush your teeth
Then take to it again
and again and
Still can't fill it
Still and empty hole
You take the biggest
Scum bucket you can
Find and dump it the
Desert and it doesn't
Even leave a puddle
"I thought you said
She had a kid"
She does that's
The whore~able
Horrible part, your
A bummer for mentioning
It reminds me of my standards
"I'm sorry man but
That sucks"
Oh, you bet but
Suck suck suck
Gurgle gargle
"Well there's that"
Yea I'm probably gonna
Bye her a drink
"Good luck"
Have you been listening
It's a sure thing
She's a hole that can't
Be filled
I've got
Viagra and a quart of vodka
In my freezer
The drinks are way to
Pricey here
I'm gonna hit the road
And drop my load
"Better you then me"
I'm sure I'll agree with you
In the
Morning

~KPG





















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