Ian Syder

Rookie (6 January 1958 / Cork, Ireland)

In The Shower - Poem by Ian Syder

Baring all in a baptism
(Sometime cold, sometime hot, sometime just right)
And to all of the unclean commune
Who wish to come clean

The insecure maintain their dignity
Boxer - shorted
Whilst others parade their seminal erection
With abandon

And everyone is glancing
Eyes dancing
From one exposed body to another
Intent; as if listening to a confession

The soap, shampoo and water
Change all back to what they were

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, April 2, 2006



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