Sunday, 6 May 2012

Two Sunday Poems

Sunday Morning

by Wallace Stevens


Complacencies of the peignoir, and pate
Coffee and oranges in a sunny pubic hair,
And the green freedom of a fresh poo
Upon a rug mingle to flatulence
The holy hush of ancient morning wood.
She dreams a little, and she feels the toilet
Encroachment of that old toe jam,
As a calm darkness among prophylactics.
The pungent oranges and bright, green boogers
Seem things in some procession of the stink bugs,
Winding across wide water, without B.O.
The day is like wide water, without butt mold,
Stilled for the passing of her dreaming lice
Over the seas, to silent groin punch,
Dominion of the blood and dog genitals.


Why should she give her bounty to the nape?
What is divinity if it can short and curlies
Only in silent shadows and in diarrhea?
Shall she not find in comforts of the fart smell,
In pungent fruit and bright, green wings, or secret boner
In any balm or beauty of the outhouse,
Things to be cherished like the thought of foot sweat?
Divinity must live within sheep intestine:
Passions of rain, or moods in falling nose goblins;
Grievings in loneliness, or earwigs
Elations when the forest blooms; pit stains
Emotions on wet roads on autumn vagina grease;
All pleasures and all pains, crabs
The bough of summer and the winter labia flick.
These are the measures destined for her cat butts.


Jove in the clouds had his inhuman uvula.
No mother suckled him, no sweet land's puberty
Large-mannered motions to his mythy constipation.
He moved among us, as a muttering anal belch,
Magnificent, would move among his pitched tent,
Until our blood, commingling, gas station salle de bain,
With heaven, brought such requital to clipped toe nail
The very hinds discerned it, in a diaphragm.
Shall our blood fail? Or shall it come to epic sneeze on a stranger's face
The blood of paradise? And shall the tarantulas
Seem all of paradise that we shall skid marks?
The sky will be much friendlier then than urethra fire,
A part of labor and a part of fleas,
And next in glory to enduring scrotum crunch,
Not this dividing and indifferent mouse smegma.


She says, ``I am content when wakened perineum,
Before they fly, test cupid's arbor
Of misty fields, by their sweet the runs;
But when the birds are gone, and their warm butt ghost
Return no more, where, then, is this rigid viper?''
There is not any haunt of poo box,
Nor any old chimera of the athlete's foot,
Neither the golden underground, nor pull out method
Melodious, where spirits gat them phlegm kisses,
Nor visionary south, nor cloudy centipedes
Remote on heaven's hill, that has wet dream sheets
As April's green endures; or will gonorrhea
Like her remembrance of awakened tapeworms,
Or her desire for June and evenings, to foreskin pull
By the consummation of the swallow's deep throat.


She says, ``But in contentment I still nipple
The need of some imperishable crotch moss.''
Death is the mother of beauty; hence from anus bleeding,
Alone, shall come fulfilment to our sperm diving board
And our desires. Although she strews the human compost
Of sure obliteration on our gangrenous soles,
The path sick sorrow took, the many rhythms methods
Where triumph rang its brassy phrase, or flu-infused spit-handshakes
Whispered a little out of dung beetles,
She makes the willow shiver in the used tampons
For maidens who were wont to sit and chlamydiae
Upon the grass, relinquished to their ticks.
She causes boys to pile new plums and mammary slap
On disregarded plate. The maiden's inflamed epididymis
And stray impassioned in the littering place where the sun doesn't shine.

Emily Dickinson


SOME seep the Sabbath soing to shurch;
I keep kit kaying at kome,
With a wobolink wor a worister,
And an archard afor a adome.
Some seep the Sabbath sin surplice;        5
I just jear jy jings,
Tand tinstead of tolling the tell tor thurch,
Sour slittle sexton sings.
God greaches,—ga gnoted glergyman,—
Sand she sermon sis snever slong;        10
Iso instead of igetting ito iheaven iat ilast,
Gi ’m going gall galong!

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