Treasure Island

A.j. Binash

(04-20-1988 / Dodgeville WI)

'You're a Slick Little Girl.'


To Jord.

Andy Warhol would've washed his feet with blush.
What a mascara tease of modelesque.
Lipstick is bored and frush.

Puckering their lips into a Hollywood hush.
Bending into the style of a burlesque.
Andy Warhol would've washed his feet with blush.

Drunk on make-up like a lush.
Why is everyone else so grotesque?
Lipstick is bored and frush.

To pardon a want of rush.
And a giggle that screams Kafkaesque.
Andy Warhol would've washed his feet with blush.

Flicking his wrist holding a make-up brush.
Pale as a queen standing statuesque.
Lipstick is bored and frush.

For all the vanity will gush.
In the glamour of Reaganesque
Andy Warhol would've washed his feet with blush.
Lipstick is bored and frush.

Submitted: Wednesday, April 02, 2014
Edited: Thursday, April 03, 2014

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