On Marrying Inhuman Things

 

I want to marry a slice of cake

The sugared frosting yields the sweetest kiss

The fluffy texture the softest caress

The simplest form of connubial bliss

 

I want to marry a barking dog

Who pants in earnest with passion pure

Whose loving limbs run to me

Of his love I can be sure

 

I want to marry a ravishing rose

Her rapturous aromas beckon me

Make a human’s pheromone’s

An ugly, sweaty entity

 

I want to marry a common orange

Shapelier than any woman’s hips

Whose sectored splendored succulence

Offers unceasing, tingling fillips

 

I want to marry the shining sea

Whose crashing waters drown all foes

Whose pledges last an eternity

Who reflects my rage with hard bellows

 

David Gottfried, Copyright, 2003

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