Here is the full poem but not sure if you want it re-posted yet.......
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Jo Cairo / a poem by Will Dockery
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White candy bars
and whistling car sounds
on a hill in the park from Lorrain's
she comes whimpering on the grass
a bedtime story
moments after contemplating the rain.
And blonde blue jeans
by a babbling stream
lady cabdriver just like saxo fountain
didn't have the recollection after
eating her p***y for a ride
of her name.
There'd been a murder in the park
and I was paranoid
walking across from Lorrain's street
through the park
to the street on the other side
to her boarding house home.
The rain clouds grew darker
pangs of regret
where was that roller-skating copper-eyed
with her smile
and long blonde hair tied back w/ headband
and a little groan as she came.
-Will Dockery 5-5-83
From the Red Zeros chapbook
And a Yabba-Dabba Ding-Dong.