A square jaw
thrustwobbling out of sagging jowls
to menace my airspace.
The first assault,
Saliva hops into my bitter dominion.
Draw breath, draw back
as knuckles whiten
and eyes glaze with a lust
for facial architecture.
“Excuse me, I think I left my car headlights on.”
The poet wishes to acknowledge Valley Micropress in whose pages this poem first appeared.