enter the fool (part one)…

in defense of the lascivious

most impressive thing i’ve ever
seen was coming across two
parallel lines copulating in a dimly
lit carpark. i was also impressed
by visions of a perpendicular orgasm,
though less so; i know what touch
can do to overtly sensitive skin.

reverse engineered solutions to
such problems require a place
from which to reverse. times call
for baiting more than fresh breath.
a dirty secret spills from an unnamed
orifice. no question he’s lost it;

only if he ever had it.


Sometimes words can do the trick. Even when this proves not to be true, not all of us so quickly disregard tongue. This is part one of a new series of short poems. The last of the Black Smoke Chronicles will be up later this week.

13 Responses to “enter the fool (part one)…”

  1. short poems,
    love it.

    you are excellent on long ones, Glad to see you take the challenge.

  2. welcome join us tonight at Jingle Poetry Potluck, have fun!
    Thanks for the inspirations and dedications..

    Happy Writing!


  3. Scent of my heart Says:

    Good start of these series, waiting for the rest …

  4. Still figuring this out, I think it’s fun…love the copulating lines. Yes, maybe he’s lost it…lol


  5. wow!!!
    Enjoyed reading this one..

    Perpendicular Orgasm- you sure have a way with words.. 🙂
    hugs xx

  6. Who would have thought mathematics and geometry could be so sensual.

    • Interesting side note to that comment; why would we assume mathematics isn’t sexy? That’s a rhetorical question. Of course mathematics is sexy. Thanks for the compliment, hope all is well,


  7. Oh mannnn… gossip sucks!! Cuz those minds of ours are super overtly imaginative (esp. where we don’t want them to be)
    Office grapevine is the pits!!

    A neat poem though, CRB… thought provoking as ever!!

  8. OMG, i love this one… especially the end 🙂

  9. Loved this… you work wonders with the long ones… looking forward to more.

  10. Damn this is brilliant! Parallel lines copulating, perpendicular orgasms, and what you say about reverse engineering is so true. You’ve really hit the spot with this one!

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