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Two Poems

Two Poems

Dinner

Finer, finer napkins

try to sit balancing your asses on them

I wind round the columns like a beige snake

spitting out snow on the hour, a soprano singing

for the birth in the stove

Venus is on the couch showing her legs

 

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In June or maybe July

the carriage belonged to the woman in the country

Each noon would lean her head on a different side

right before left

She imagined herself beyond the good spirit:

in Paris, with a booty

Tags: Poetry, culture