MATHER SCHNEIDER – Two Poems

Posted: October 25, 2013 in Uncategorized
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COWGIRL

 

“He had a dick

like a horse,”

she said, speaking

of her last lover. “It

was way too big.”

 

“I thought the bigger the

better?” I said.

 

“Well,” she

sighed, “up to

a point,

but yours is

much better, much more

suitable.”

 

“Great,” I said. “What

luck.”

 

We were lying

in bed, naked

without blankets.

 

“Let’s change

the subject,

ok?”

 

But she didn’t

seem to hear me. Her body

was there

but her mind was

somewhere else.

 

Probably

at the fucking

rodeo.

 

 

AFTER TOO MANY BLOODY MARYS

 

The cut

on my dick

is in the shape

of a cross.

 

My girlfriend

has devout

teeth

 

white

strong

clean

 

but not

without guilt.

 

 

 

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Comments
  1. D. Pendleton says:

    These two poems of Mather Schneider’s have a way of making a reader understand that they are not alone in coming to grips with what passes for love and romance. These works aren’t a result of some cookbook process but are more akin to the sort of histories that we all have or have had but felt compelled to keep to ourselves. Whether or not it’s to do with embarrassment or shame, I don’t know but we don’t seem to be anywhere near as candid as Mr. Schneider. He does it for us and in a way that seems as if he’s been a fly on our own wall.

  2. larry jones says:

    divine inspiration

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