Milk Burns

We sense a stinking mouth incanting industrial chants,
echoed by a chimney choir somewhere, singing
blood churns to milk, burns to glue

like whispers left out to dry on the grapevine
this funk is not accounted for
its equally untraceable, scrambled, real and true

in damp, unlit nostrils, this whisperlike reek from the mouth
incanting industrial hymns now addresses limp minions, announcing
ladies and gents, we're fucked through and through

we know its a prompt to a finish, this popish plot hatching
within our nostrils, an army of nasal hair is now chanting
milk burns to turn this blood blue.


Anonymous said...

I love how the last line echoes the third. Really savory imagery. I dig it!
Oh, and hello by the way, it's been a long time!

suraj sharma said...

it indeed has been a while, Ms. Inga, glad to find you took the time to read and comment on my poems, much appreciated :)

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