thomas mofford

Rookie (march 20 1931 / boston)

Liebfraumilch - Poem by thomas mofford

Kaiser Strasse Frankfurt-am-Main
Bred blows of battle fatigue
Bloused in brothels

Blurry-eyed battle-scarred soldiers
Sauntered streets
Looking for love adventure lights

Soldiers Elvis Presley Gary Crosby
Crossed paths
Permitting pandemonium

No special privileges for celebrities
Catering to hunger of
Germanic rock-jazzers

The lone soldier high on bock-beer
Found rocking Gasthaus
Entered mocked by cackling
Eyelid-turning Polish immigrant

Turning running finding
Finally climbing into window
Of rented incestuous Jewish mother-son
Owned apartment
Whose small dog dropped a condom
On his shoe

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, December 20, 2009

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