carolyn jones

This is Constantine's artlog. He posted his poems in his own artlog forum for several years. He named the forum "Constantinople" and described it as "A byzantine journey through life's labyrinth."
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carolyn jones

Post by constantine » May 19th, 2008, 9:02 am

you're going to miss me when i'm gone
you'll think of me
hear my voice in your head
you know me, you won't forget
my face and my gestures
how i do the al pacino
my crazy dancing
remember
you know me so well
under the half moon
i laugh the laughter of madness
i do the jerk - the mash potato
jump back jack
see you later alligator
i've got the moves of dr. york
remember
you know me, you won't forget
my face
what about my face
how can you live without my face
you're going to miss me when i'm gone
do you miss me now that i'm gone
do you love me
just tell me that you love me
even if you don't love me
i don't need the truth
fuck the truth and tell me a lie
do you still think of me
you're going to miss me when i'm gone

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Post by gypsyjoker » May 19th, 2008, 7:01 pm

I dam sure did miss you


I had a dream job one summer
projectionist at a drive in theatre

you really do love movies don't you.

I am getting ambivalent about them lately
or at least more discriminating.

Great to be reading you again
signed
a fan
jt
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Re: carolyn jones

Post by stilltrucking » November 12th, 2021, 11:02 pm

Watching this video I thought of you.
Blitzkrieg Bop

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