by Brian McCloskey
A life without love is like a year without summer. And you'll never use metal utensils again, even though you want to. Only the seven or so lines that defined the frog. And you were just about to blossom. It's a very indecisive omelette. A mosquito who sucks is one who chews. I got no problem with peanuts. This is how Brian relieves the pressure of being Brian. There is more than glass between the snow and the huge roses. Did you dunk the spatula? Are they both tangerines? You can watch the whole town turn to gold. A stuffed alligator explodes against the face of the singer. People get tired of the pig. But it did happen. My wife hands these poems back to me with a sigh. You should have more than a few bras in rotation. Let me lick other pens. Controlled floundering is pedagogy. They look exactly like keys. With a twist of lemon. I feel terribly sorry for the goats. I forget what these peppers represent. A fleshy, clear, red lip - something that makes you want to kiss the mouth. China is a big country. It's a good job they killed him. They fly in the water. The sea asleep at night. Women go out with thin stockings. I live by the river. A man and woman cannot kiss or hug if they're not married.