Crusting bits slightly stale
Who ate you not, what’s your tale?
When first you sizzled on a fire
Did million mouths whet your desire?
Flopping flat, shyly fractured
Clumsy wrist, flicks untutored
Left a corner, half a smile
Drowned in water, without guile.
Do you remember it of yours
Wedged behind molar doors?
Someday his tongue will spear bit out
Jangling nerves, pain without doubt.
Your smelly insides lured her nails
She tore you off, kindness fails
A stolen you, a quiet nobody
Tooth on teeth, grind-out greedy.
You beg on mute, cut-me please
Away he pushes, he’s a tease
For all that you want you must wait
A shattered life, an empty plate.