Atef Ayadi

cats in a private public bath room

sacred squares are designed and painted...white and

distorted....all over....

clean more than any rich
intimate room....

it is the
black and white idols....

boobzi zi boob

high in the sky....
and this where they stay....

when they walk on the ground....

they work for minimum wage....
from dirty....
in the basement....
cleaning fir the
old customers....



to be together....

with others white and black girls....

here brunette is as lovely
as a blanded blinda bondi blonda..

you need a shut...
to separate
them from each others...

Submitted: Wednesday, March 03, 2010

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