Treasure Island

Randy Resh

(April,1967 / Toronto, Canada)

Lady Lvck


Lady Luck licks
her loosened, libidinous lips
lime and gratuitously-
fortuitously gripping
as the dealer's dewdrops dive dancing:
enhancing, 'trancing;
deliciously dripping.

Lady Luck fix:
through a smoke screen of trix,
woowing to wager;
risking more chips.

Lady Luck sticks
to foolish, fickle pricks
licking their wounds in a parlance
of antiherhetoric;
primed for the proverbial
prodigal pocket's pix.

Lady Luck mix:
a dose of blue-notes and bliss;
bribing the boys to bet for broke
on the promise of Persephone-
Aphrodite's
royal, random
roulettte kiss


Randy Resh 1995

Submitted: Thursday, August 30, 2007
Edited: Tuesday, March 05, 2013

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