Sunday, July 02, 2006

A Silver Photo Illuminates a Room at Dawn

Cornucopia of the mouth,
Canthus of navel and foreskin—
I obsess, I must confess
When the peacock moon is obvious
as jade, and the sea, frivolous
As pearls and unlaced chuckles, and
Thick, thick! Girth of a throat and a
verga. I am noiseless and dissatisfied.
A sullen smoke rolls over itself—
Stubborn as mannequins and fleeing.
I ransack the bed sheets.
Scrutinize the envelope and each of its
Silvery photographs.
Polish my own plush throat so
You’ll love me blindingly,
categorically. My cum,
ambitious as the moon.

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