Under the KeelBook - 2013
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adults kept their distance / once they’d moved on to work / and marriage and kids of their own, / avoiding the constant allusion / to what idiots they were back / in the day, how stupidly happy
Juvenile humpback out for a joy-ride / . . . / Buzzing the yellow dory for kicks, / a lark on a grey morning, the cetacean / version of nicky nicky nine doors, / prank call from a briny phone booth, / strike God’s fear into the fool at the oars / and drive like hell, you can almost hear / the tires peal on pavement
I spent half me days / in drinking / and the other half / repenting of it - / like sculling out / to an empty trap / and home again, / all’s to show for your trip / is blisters
aphrodisiacs are for amateurs / with more time than common sense, / / who’ve yet to learn bliss is stolen / from the world in small, piercing slivers. / Think of stealth as foreplay / / in the prison yard of daily events, / sneak out of your clothes / as soon as the coast is clear - / the air raid siren of a youngster / crying is about to rise / through the bedroom floor
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