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A Tribute To Small-Town Teen Angst (with a nod to e.e. cummings)

Posted 18 September 2002, 3.00 am by Jake

I’m dying inside.
Not physically, but men-tal-ly.
Too many things going awry in my life, too much #@$131/confusion!452*&^
I’ve been wasting all of my time trying to keep things in order
And put that which has c r um ble d back together.
Too much time accommodating others
and not enough time to dream,
to myself
All this static makes me want to scream, SHOUT, destroy things,
put a brick through the plate-glass windows of the school
burn all of my money, beat the shit out of all of my old friends
take a sledgehammer to
the new Mercedes Benzes that I’ll never want to own
get raving drunk and piss on the Capitol building
{curse behind the old ladies at church}
kick the fuck out of whiny kids crying about useless bullshit (wait, what?)
smoke pot in a local restaurant and stick my
-fingers up the teenage waitress’s skirt-
on a 2 hour-long car chase
and meet my own demise by driving off of a


I can be my own God.

At your service, anyway.

on 18 September 2002, 3.03 am
True 'dat, g.

on 18 September 2002, 3.07 am
i'm not quite sure how you read my mind with that post, but good job.

wait....i'm not a teen that lives in a small town.
i guess angst is angst.

on 18 September 2002, 6.13 am
Jake, good job.

Yeah, thats it.

on 18 September 2002, 8.06 am
That was hella funny.

on 18 September 2002, 12.40 pm
you fight & I'll hold the light.

on 19 September 2002, 3.00 am
very honest...

on 4 August 2004, 7.21 am

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This is in response to the poem 'Business Girls' by John Betjeman. It's ink washes. I was attempting to depict the grime and toil of the subject matter by using a widely recognised symbol of business life - the train.

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80s candy bars were pretty good

only because i traded it for a candy bar in the 80's.

lol we all know you don't have a soul ghoti

my soul for some carbs...

But of course!


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