Fake Acid Wrote This Poem
about how you can’t kiss the sky
except when you’re riding a million-
dollar wheelchair, wind in your catheter,
taking out cholesterol zombies with a million-
dollar pupil-scan activated zombie machete.
You gotta let it warm up (while you’re waiting—
I don’t know—flip over to Ultimate Glacier
Bating on Boom TV (it’s like face of a statue
collapsing when they tumble into the sea, the sun
drawing up like a turtle, retracting its branches, sea-
lions running like blubbery hell from it) then upload
the fall to the cloud). The battery lasts about
as long as the manic life of a mayfly.
The 2015 NCAA Women's Bowling Championship
“Pillow Talk is on,
and we are watching it.
If you don’t like it,
you can go pound sand,” I say,
hurling the hundred-pound mass
of swirly polymer weirdness
across his pu$$y trolling
party line, my purple skirt
barely covering my mighty ass
and by mighty I don’t mean
may I? Mother, I may.
For Thelma Ritter’s highball
tells me so.