Ontological Vacation (pure poetry)

February 24, 2006 on 12:08 pm | In poem | No Comments

Ontological Vacation (pure poetry)

1.
Being is in
cahoots with time, and
I’ve left both of them
behind.
2.
There is a mild
hypochondria
somewhere that suffers
from fear of people.
3.
In the future
you can custom-
design your
suicide.
4.
Bizarrely-shaped
corn fritters
come in bags. I
desire them inadmissibly. My
mantra is wanting.
5.
Desire is shaped like
bags of fried gizzards, always
awaiting the call of hunger’s
chicken-lust.
6.
Analysands, aside from
having many a’s,
always know more than
he who gazes.
7.
Consumption can be
confounding. Just talk about it
to a baby named Doughboy
who’s eaten too much of everything
but his share. His rolls resist, still full
of hunger and hope.

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