Wednesday, February 18, 2009

the cuisine of simian youth

their fingers fit snugly into the cranial cavity
an opening between the slumber and the sun-

(we might awake the knuckleheads
with an alarm of strident grace
and be ashamed by the use of technology:

if you called for smirking
there would be a dearth of noon,

office workers on lunch
would avoid the want and swoon-
these puffy drones praise dry-cleaning.

later at night dining triumphs
with one-ups holding court:

what? you haven't tasted this?)

the skull is ripped, a coconut just past due:

there is a studied grace as crackers dip the grey.

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