Johnny Noir

Rookie (New York City)

Throat Slut - Poem by Johnny Noir

A good Japanese whore comes cheap,
If I met her by the hotel pool and had the chance to bang her
I certainly would, a good Japanese whore comes cheap—
Seven fat girls lined up in a holy chorus,
Choir robes billowing, cats everywhere—
Mean nun with a ruler,
The Charleston danced at all the dances,
St. Joe wandering the street, winning the Lotto with wine on his breath,

Through the fourth dimension
Go the stamping feet of teenaged girls,
The marching boots of soldiers,
To examine the llama to see what could be wrong,
Regiments of the Trojan army—
Skull fucked for a living in the glory hole,

Expecting to see generals hanging from the trees,
The sequel to the movie,
Pages and scrolls and kindles and ipads all flutter in the universal breeze,
Like children saved by Jesus to finally meet their mothers,
Like Cecil B. DeMille sent the good Japanese
Art gods to her soggy panties,

A cheap whore is not a good thing
The fifth dimension is comprised of emotion,
What Jimi Hendrix called the Axis—
The key to R&B and rock and roll ideally,
Pull her pants down and see Jesus—

We'll go to hell together,
Said the cat to the brunette,
Because a boy needs a father to model male values
And learn the voice of seduction—
So he doesn't turn out gay,
Because when a man sets out to seduces a woman,
In his mind he adopts his father's voice,
The voice of authority
As the woman obeys her own father's voice—

Lesbians have it easy because girls are born that way—

This is as true for the Japanese
As it is for anyone—
A good Japanese whore is hard to find,
They lay like dead fish and cry like babies—
Even the Japanese prefer Koreans in bed
And Chinese whores just taste good,
You get that flavor with a Philippine sometimes—
But almost never with an American girl, though I did once,
Which shows what a mixed breed we all are—


Comments about Throat Slut by Johnny Noir

  • (6/20/2012 9:37:00 PM)

    soggy panties? far out! Well done, soldier. MM (Report)Reply

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, June 12, 2012

Poem Edited: Thursday, June 21, 2012


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