BENJAMIN JOSEPH BIESEK – One Poem

Posted: June 4, 2013 in Fiction, Poetry
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MARKET CONFUSION

 

 

Market confusion occurs daily:

People having sex in the bread aisle;

Money burning holes in pockets; and

Cock murdered by burghers.

 

(Scour the world for protein sources;

Then go home and hug your husband.)

 

(Avoid finding your daughter’s

Panties in the dryer, Mister.)

 

Market confusion occurs daily:

People have problems at the office;

Kids get high;

Cocks fight in rings called chain businesses.

 

(Scour the world for millions and for millionaires;

Then go home and hug your husband.)

 

Back in the days of dino and rock,

Bread was synonymous with big cock.

 

Tom loved Daisy and she hated Jay;

Nick was quick but fair, but hey:

 

If market confusion occurs,

Go on a hunger strike and give up

White meat and white bread –

Only…

 

When can I truly be a poet, America?

 

 

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  1. Extraordinary poem. Thanks!

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