Blanch Guts

I’m may not be anonymous

I’m predisposed to mostly white.

Paled by  charming powder puffs

under any paltry day or night.

I may not be anonymous

I may appear big, small heavy and then light.

one little line of chronic

then it’s down & up  1000s   hillside slopes to cut the gluttonous lust.

It grows in fervour

diminishes all care.

If time is money

then it’s wasted to card dealing chancers

who think it is fair in the twilight

 to fight this addiction to an eating disorder.

 sizes me up

rounds me in

 Heard in

cattle calls

Not time to feed but blanch Guts away to her final slaughter.

Why do I want to change my hues?

 Tie Dye?

Or maybe these words are a whitewash of denial or a statement covering up a fat lie.

 

Posted on 2019-05-31, in Experimental Writing updates and tagged , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. well composed piece.it has a strong articulate feel. I really dig the opening and closing stanzas

    “I’m may not be anonymous

    I’m predisposed to mostly white.

    Paled by charming powder puffs

    under any paltry day or night.”

    and ——————————

    “Not time to feed but blanch Guts away to her final slaughter.

    Why do I want to change my hues?

    Tie Dye?

    Or maybe these words are a whitewash of denial or a statement covering up a fat lie.”

    good subject matter as well. keep’em coming.

    Like

    • THANK YOU, so so much for your feedback. I had to rewrite it as when I hit publish earlier today-it deleted the original (and there was no record of it in my history.TY again. I was not impressed with the second attempt (but you have certainly boosted my confidence). Great blog btw.

      Liked by 2 people

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