A poem by Tim Gallagher
(the oceans are filling with plastic)
monstrous administration! suicidal teeth! cantankerous correllas hurricane past my window spider mincing along the roof screaming about rain and violins immortalise my spinach with burnt willow charcoal gosh this wine is appalling belt loops full of blasphemy frantic licking knickers morse code mammories I love you the figs are dyeing in kings square! the figs are dyeing in kings square! penguins eating fairy floss cunt-stible care run over by the whippy van fat cat is a horse faced predator hopscotch court hospitals i think we should elope hoodinni stomache ache ballerina burleske polyamorous pooh-sticks gonzo town planning water saving windscreen wipers rampage flirting the closet is more full of people than the room! the closet is more full of people than the room! deserts of lettice shoelace pirates lunatics with landlines auto erotic population inflation negligent fruitcake harmonica thermometers turpentine swimming pools star spangled star fuckers the oceans are filling with plastic the oceans are filling with plastic here comes the drum solo yurt gherkins Persian rug munchers` I think you’ve made me pregnant pedestrian with a dancey walk social media mummification upperclass anorexia botanical banditry zoological zionists dexamphetamine addicted dogs ghetto grannys I want to die inside your womb cigarette smoking snorkelers vampire tax yoda loving yuppies the ozone is going on holiday the ozone is going on holiday please don’t leave just yet.