On Driving to Missouri

Those gravestones on the bluff, a congregate of death

All winding to the top without a single breath.

Around the deadly blunt, each occupant is stoned

The spirits, floating by, let out a mournful groan

While maggots in their flesh do break their bodies down.

There in the dirt their bodies lay becoming one with ground.

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