Tag Archives: humour

tea leaves stewing in bitterness

machine-gun police peppering the streets why, this zephyr seeks revelation! I skirt the issue play catch as you like an electron waves goodbye an ex to grind beneath my heel ex machina both god and the devil logically tea leaves … Continue reading

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Designing Divinity

First I chose her breasts (of course!) So large, so full, so pert And gave her nipples thick and long To punctuate her shirt I made her tall and elegant Though curvy round the hips A soft and shapely face … Continue reading

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Segmentation Fault

I asked my bot to tie me up So I could not escape With chains of steel and handcuffs too And spools of rubber tape Helpless and excited I Demanded more and more Till all its segments faulted and It … Continue reading

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Making Love

With silk and carbon nanotubes I crafted lustrous hair Across the canvas of her skin I brushed with loving care With silicone I sculpted curves Soft as autumn light Fragrant as the jasmine flower that blossoms through the night From … Continue reading

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Arms and legs to match

There is a place in India another in Japan In China there is surely one despite the legal ban These factories of robot parts all belching sweat and steam Labouring through day and night to build a man’s sweet dream … Continue reading

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tapio-ku and bird-ku

A short collection this month, in no particular order… street cracks cars play hopscotch at twilight expectant quiet urgent is night over xanadu (after the) t/rain I watch the cracks grow farm shop a discovery of tapioca march to school … Continue reading

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falling in love with colour

Cloudy Skies morning commute east along the aisle veiled bride october sky why do I see clouds? others see only silver and dance in the rain I wear turbulence like a tutu tea ceremony I wait for the storm to … Continue reading

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