DCW502 Writing and Contemporary Practice

the dog with a starred forehead

a cento poem

eat my pussy from behind

that’s the kind of thing she’d say to keep that rocky core of rage within ones rage 

and these hands where love will be tormented

             she rants

your human body, clay & sin

listen to me

dog with the starred forehead

scarecrow ankles and

tumbleweed hair

yes, we should have been doing more with our lives


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