Stretching behind the glass

In her knickers and bra

We feign ignorance

And ooze together


Raking through her auburn

With both hands


Twisting her neck


Her hips


The slut


Just for me


A half mad drop out

Drunk at 10am

With itchy five day growth

And the orange

Of his

Hospitalized neighbours fish  


Freshly dead


A good two minutes pass


Slipping my hand down

I push it to one side

And step back


Too much of a good thing

Is still a good thing


In the bathroom

I pour out the bowl


Take a piss


Before flushing

Another life away


All of this has got to stop

Right now


And It probably will do



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Tommy Carroll

Thu 17th May 2012 22:17

Mike hi-this bares a think- why 'slut', is that an indication of the narrator's anger as well as their 'frustration'? It has a disaffected charm with enough confusion to draw attention to the structure within which lays or is it lies(what am I saying?)How about 'it has an angry charm'?

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