David McLean Mathews

(Colac, Australia)

Sydvegas


Sparklers warblers backpackers frontlackers
Litepackers dull tie-rs
Flashlites bright sparks
Groaners grunters spruikers
Karma futuras

Fuckers barkers
Delighters inbred toasters
Texters breeders sprayers
Gaying players
Blah-ers flashers tightrope dancers

Squeezers mixers
Lightened hair do-overs
Bikers flyers
Duller than shiners
Bummers drummers irreproachable gummers

Mall-ers fallers ladder dwellers
Tiny ant crawlers
Space goats mind notes
Trawlers netexplorers
Wireless junkies rolling spunkies

Silver dollars
Spastic sitters
Hairy goers
Nihilistic spitters
Grunters hunters flaunting punters

Enders benders
Spenders wenders
Ache-rs archers bakers takers
Babbling flayers
Freewheeling Bob Dylaners

Crackers spackers
Suckers takers
Awakers shakers
Idiot servants
Savant umbrellas

On and on
End on end
George on Pitt
Bridge on King
Enough. Go home.

(Sydney,2006)

Submitted: Sunday, March 16, 2014
Edited: Tuesday, March 18, 2014

Topic(s): city


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