The poetry of J.J. Campbell

a wonderful dirty mind

here comes an
amazing black
woman

eyes like fire,

tongue like the
end of the world
will be the utopia
we all thought
about in pot filled
dreams

a body i could
spend weeks
inside of

and a wonderful
dirty mind

i don’t want to
get too far in too
soon but shit,

forever just said
hello to me and
told me to dream
about eating her
ass tonight

i believe in
my world

that is called
love

 

 

 

full of blood and madness

i still see forever
in her eyes

do i dare fight
through all her
excuses and walls
or do i give up
like usual

i write letters full
of blood and madness

hoping some random
phrase will open her
eyes that forever is
possible in my eyes
as well

that the random gestures
are not something just
trying to get a piece
of ass

sadly, there’s no room
for poor old romantics
in this world of light
speed dating and
disposable relationships

she told me she would
write me back sometime
before the next war ends

with my luck

my death will be her
final victory

 

 

 

a winter in the end of days

a rainy afternoon
in the first week
of february

the snow is all
gone and now
it’s just the wet
gloom of a winter
in the end of days

where a dying climate
meets ignorant leaders

and the rich taking
it all before it goes
away

there’s a reason we
are always at war and
hatred never fades away


J.J. Campbell (1976 – ?) is old enough to know where the bodies are buried. He’s been widely published over the years, most recently at Academy Of The Heart And Mind, The Beatnik Cowboy, Ink Pantry, Synchronized Chaos and Horror Sleaze Trash. You can find him most days on his mildly entertaining blog, evil delights. (https://evildelights.blogspot.com)

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