“bit of skin” and “Lines from a Salesman”
by Kathryn Hummel
bit of skin
what ratbags will do for a bit of skin cannot fit on a long grain of rice in the salar jung museum or on the credit card slip that partially quantifies what a ratbag might do since the uber was squared in cash. desire is a queer bird in a petrified forest that doesn’t cum because of an odd numbing agent in the lube said to solve the problem of preemie creaming. good for her [?] the package says but sloth as sin when he wants to cum feels like cumming all over her [?] but has to wait wait wait shrivel wait deflect a scene fellatio may/not ease. east is east up is up and harder is harder while soap from a morning shower dissolves like small talk in the night. back to bolts in a basic city back to shrugging off the insecure like the ex el top shop assistants insist you try. sometimes the emotion is not worth the labour or unwittingly the shade. you wish to be used by your workplace want your own dust jacket and place off the shelf preferably on the floor. when strangers with strange motives are more accessible than kind reminds if you want something real you need to make it yourself. condiments really do round off a meal so why not give into them.
Lines from a Salesman
Ur so niec ur goog U com my shop Dear Beautiful girl I mcall you dear Ur mobil numer send you I m call you Tell me I m wait you ur call baba ** is my numer call me Holo Tell Me Ur com my shop 3 day ok I m receipt you Holo ur com my shop ???? Ok My shop open Sunday Holo Holo Sunday enjoy Holo Ur com my office I m go to outside Sunday Ur from live beautiful girl Tell me Holo Holo How ru???? Holo Holo beautiful girl Dinner finish Holo how ru Ur from live Ur outside Holo Holo Ur from Live Beautiful girl Holo Holo How ru Holo How ru Beautiful girl Good morning Holo Beautiful girl Holo I m outside And u Beautiful girl Tell me beautiful girl ????
Kathryn Hummel (@katscratchez) is an Australian writer, researcher and multi-media artist constantly on roaming. She is the author of seven books of poems, the latest of which is Lamentville (Singapore: Math Paper Press, 2019), and is part of the editorial team for Australian creative arts journal Verity La. A widely-travelled performance poet and artist-in-residence, Kathryn holds a PhD in Social Sciences is currently a Visiting Assistant Professor.