Les Brown

Wild Goose Poetry Review, No 33, Fall 2017


Oh plumber please beware
your buttcrack as you bend
to mend the broken bath.
For they are staring, grinning
at your cleaved behind, blathering
banally about your pale backside.

And then again, it may be so
that you use your asinine fissure
to disrupt their disturbing
bunkum and make them depart,
for you can’t delay your time
in doing your designated duties.

Or do you think your crevass
is a cleft worthy of display,
a deep chasm between bulging
belt-suspended booty buns.
Hike up your pants and know,
we don’t want your barren glow.


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