Friday, January 07, 2005

POEM: Don't Ask, Don't Tell















Don't ask, don't tell
Is what they say
To silence, to quell
The burning passion of love untrusted
And the timeless urge to not get busted

Don't ask, don't tell
Is how the bible holds sway
Over the mind of man
From ancient Rome to today

Don't ask, don't tell
Rings deaf in these ears
It comes from cowards' tongues
And exposes their fears

Because if they ask
Then they'll know for sure
That Marines are f****** Marines
And there is no cure

And if they tell
Then their own desires would come to light
How they wish they could watch
Rather than fight

8 comments:

touchof1der said...

I just read this poem last night... I liked this then and I like it still today...

ecrivain01 said...

This is hilarious. However, I have to ask, do you know any marines?

The PodPoet said...

Living in San Diego, I know - and have known - several Marines.

-noodleman said...

this is effing hilarious. i know a marine who would roll on the floor if he read this.

Anonymous said...

i loved this poem is it 'bout black people wanting to fight?

CrimsonStorm said...

It had its moments..

Anonymous said...

I like this poem.

Anonymous said...

I just found this poem greatly annoing though I'm not sure why...