Red Apple (Cigarette #1) - Poem by Charles Malcolm
but I inhale that sweetest air
through her black cotton panties
and these white cotton filters
from time to time.
Let it breathe, baby.
The only reason left
Grey trumpets play long and low
about patience and pussy
and I smile
behind a curtain of smoke,
with all of the time in the world.
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