The invective of the velvet mystic

The man prepares
an ulterior wardrobe
(the lady wears
sheep’s clothing)
and dons a suit:
for the first time,
manly him! he crows
orders in the office:
stomp the wandervogel!
Death to imitation,
that vulgar contemplation,
says silly him,
which warns away
the normal play
of prestidigitation.

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~ by Jeremy on June 11, 2013.

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