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Poems By Richard Lighthouse
tomorrow will bulldoze tonight

don't go back to the hotel,
my brain says
keep driving westheimer.
soak it into your veins
like a summer storm.
strip club girls
smile and wave.

which light is the right direction.
waiting for a sign. any sign.
just keep
driving.

the crayons in my mind scream
neon is a lie.
rain washes thundering
over cars releasing
colors in a box.

shake that pretty ass baby
tomorrow will bulldoze tonight.


Richard Lighthouse is a contemporary writer and poet. He holds an M.S. from Stanford University. His work has been published in: The Penwood Review, West Hills Review, Mudfish, and many others worldwide.

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