This poem has these words.
"Don't" - well, that's 2 words, isn't it, mushed together. do - action,
to make an act, factually. not - the opposite of that.
taken together = to keep from doing an action, being
still or dormant, deadlike
"rob" - that's like stealing, but more precisely, maybe needing a
weapon, but isn't that armed robbery?
"the" - article (not of clothing) denoting particulation or
"bank" - money-putting place, or side of river
"From" - ok, so that's a preposition, to me it indicates a reverse
movement, receding away. "used as a function word
to indicate the starting or focal point of an activity"
~ Merriam Webster
"here" - the point or place where one is, any location designated
by the positioning of the person of reference
"to" - homynym of either 2 or, also, too. the expanse of
juxtaposing positions, transitioning between
"somewhere" - a vague locale, nonspecific, perhaps unknown
"else" - as opposed to this one; other
"My" - yours, if you were speaking. belonging to the owner of
"eventual" - wait for it, it hasn't happened yet, but it is going to.
future tense of "event"
"bloodless" - no blood, whatever that is. the lack or absence of
a thing called blood
"coup" - eg: de ville = not. "a highly, successful, unexpected, act,
or move; a clever action or accomplishment"
"I" - the person who is speaking, first person singular, presumably
the author, or some other unknown I (you? me?)
"have" - to be in possession of, to own, to be holding
"a" - this article is one but not specifically
"monocle" - it literally means "one eye," so it could mean cycloptic.
but typically refers to a single eye glass worn by
fancy pants in the 1800's and Planters Peanut's
mascot, Mr. Peanut.
"Smash" - onomatopoeic word for the sound of one hand clapping
if it is made of glass
"them" - those other guys
"onto" - kind of like this: an arching arrow with the tip pointing
down at a flat plane
"windshields" - typically of a car, being the front glass acting
as a shield against not only wind but also
insects and other potential objects that would
otherwise smash into the driver's face.
But then I read what Amber wrote and thought, "oh, shit, me too."