DAVID GERARDINO

(9/19/1963)

SUBURBAN LONELINESS


HE checks his breath for stink,
finds a tast of smoke, and blue
burbon, wets his hair with spit,
combs his hair back with his
fingers, then ties it into a knot.

Submitted: Tuesday, March 21, 2006

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