Saturday, 29 March 2014

Going outside

Braised steak   hid mouth pink
opens and says open and

memory cult     thick paint signals

a glue coat of not-innocent fingers
chewy crumbs

sheer awning

on to Summer's swung futile
soft grease cricket bats

No supposers: mush of now
judder the sprung stumps

Thin rat skirts peeling wall

How up is the heating

for the game disassembled

Eye slits with human glaze around

sing song acetone (smelt drape)
veil and chrome green nails

The skin dissolves again


  1. I'm with that thin rat, I believe.

  2. Well, this rat's glad to have you about.