Pennies corroding

In a mason jar

Jangling spent

Like they matter

 

For a million dollars

Someone has to die

 

Pulling you aside

Into my confessions

Said like urine

In a cup

 

Trickling infected

Diseased demographics

Vowels in accents

Melting with disparity

 

My cerebral landfill juxtaposed

In Unrelenting Justice

 

I am the Father

Of mirth and shadows

Dystopian despot

The Arranger

 

Skimming fatback

Peeling prosperity off

And this wet dress is

Starting to stink

 

I want Hasenpfeffer

Give me meat

 

I gaze pupils gilded

Glinting through

An eyelid wall

My eyes a burning canvas

 

I melt in waxy arms

Corridor profligate

Hanging in frames

Clanging ironically

 

Lead glaze worn

Like a starving body

In a trench coat

Buttons chewed off

 

Shaking my

Bitter fuzzy mosaic

Logic colliding

My fuselage en tempo

 

I might be a little confused

A wee bit daft

 

My Medicare proposals

Cash grabbing egos

Vulture shrouded carcasses

Miserly feed