Plump Isabelle
by Gordon Purkis


You kissed me like
there was no one else
in the room – fat lustful
kisses that made a pregnant
and pale dream out of an otherwise
nightmarish evening.
And although you wouldn’t give
it up right then and there
you ordered me to come back
later and I did.

Plump Isabelle

When I entered
your soft lurid
domain later
that night you
gave me unnatural,
bestial looks
that so endeared
me to your cause:
getting fucked and doing
little of anything else.

Plump Isabelle

You have everything I need
so long as I never see you
walk upright –
so long as my seminal emanations
never cease to gratify you –
imploring your narrow territories
that are nowhere but lost, anywhere
but found for sure.

Plump Isabelle

I’ve never really seen you wear anything
but a kind of frumpy white cotton teddy
but you don’t need to work so
far as I can see,
you’ve got what it takes to be
the Madonna of the Sheets and
Pillows and maybe even Daytime TV.


Plump Isabelle

Drives like a Cadillac,
I’m telling you.
You make being a man
bearable.
You’re the queen of
your own brothel
and I’m your only
customer –
even if I wasn’t
I’d come just to see
you work – see those
beautiful bountiful
wheels a-turning.

Plump Isabelle

Holy shit what a piece of
prime real estate,
you make the very air
that surrounds you better,
easy on the eyes and a fleshy
angel of the day’s light –
in darkness you disappear
and turn into just the scarcest
memory of a dream.
About Gordon Purkis:
Gordon Purkis is the editor of Mastodon Dentist, A Poetry Magazine
(
www.mastodondentist.com) which features writing of an elemental style on various
themes but avoids pedantic, political or culturally judgmental topics such as Abortion
and IRAQ. He also edits the "intelligently erotic" poetry and art magazine Nefarious
Ballerina (
www.nefariousballerina.com)
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