Michael Paul Hogan

Rookie - 10 Points (7th May 1964 / London, England)

Michael Paul Hogan Poems

1. Eating Jack Corrida 5/4/2015
Best Poem of Michael Paul Hogan

Eating Jack Corrida

No not you, not you in fact Jacques, no
I mean your typewriter the Royal portable
you showed me when we were drunk on red wine
and grass together in your house in Venice Beach I
want to push it stuff it eat it choke on it
chew it crack it wash it down with Cal Tech crude I
yes that’s right Jacques (Call me Jack. Sure, Jack,
whatever you say) until the keys become
my teeth the cylinder my tongue the spools
my cheeks the black & red ribbon my Chinese
People’s Republic lips so I can write the poems you write
(that’s write, Jack) tender crazy surrealist magical...

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