Saturday, December 08, 2012

New Poetry by Matthew Davies


You’re way too scrupulous
Stop swaying that saliva ass
and lick me

Your eyes alert, aware
Mine, weary, polluted
in drunkard imperceptions
of flicking lights
that cause stark reactions
on the inside-out

Now forget all that
and come out bulging
Flesh unto yourself
Not erect with honesty
or with clear-thought, purpose, direction

Just show me your body
Show me your toes filthy
Show me the land you inhabit
where the crisp tobacco rolls

- Matthew Davies 2012

Matthew John Davies is a poet from Brisbane, Australia. He has been published in Page Seventeen, Rabbit, and Regime Magazine, as well as journals online and off. 

1 comment:

Gemma Wiseman said...

The grit of raw desert lands whirls on the winds in these erotic rhythms.