Hypocrisy Bypass – A Poem

The patient is folded neatly
– Like a map
– – kissing knees on the table
Using a glass cylinder
– The doctor
– – Examines his inner tube
With tut-tut clucks
– Of her inducing mouth
– – And prophylactic fingers

“You are full of shit,” she pronounces
Producing a grunt from him

She pulls the glass out
– Forms a fist and punches in
– – He purrs like a sun-dried cat
Her other arm follows
– Ungainly her foot goes in
– – Then the other
Before head, body and
– Pop
– – Gone
“Being qualified was never enough for you,”
– She moans in muffled tones
– – Played on his abdomen

With infinite care and vascular origami
– She stands and looks through his eyes
– – Takes the country by surprise


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