Bob Hicok Body Poems

  • 1.
    Drunk, I kissed the moon
    where it stretched on the floor.
    I'd removed happiness from a green bottle,
    both sipped and gulped
  • 2.
    He has five children, IĆ¢??m papa
    to a hundred pencils.
    I bought the chair he sat in

  • 3.
    Wasn't on purpose that I drilled
    through my finger or the nurse
    laughed. She apologized
    three times and gave me a shot
  • 4.
    A few hours after Des Moines
    the toilet overflowed.
    This wasn't the adventure it sounds.

  • 5.

  • 6.
    about the left nipple
    of the woman in the bathroom.

    She is drying her hair, the woman
  • 7.
    The best job I had was moving a stone
    from one side of the road to the other.
    This required a permit which required
    a bribe. The bribe took all my salary.
  • 8.
    My father's head has become a mystery to him.
    We finally have something in common.
    When he moves his head his eyes
    get big as roses filled
  • 9.
    There is a tradition in Laparone that the first
    man to wake each morning must sweep
    shadows from his porch lest night
    pull the long limbs of sunlight
Total 9 Body Poems by Bob Hicok

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