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Poetry #405
(published October 23, 2008)
Cock Raffle
by Tim Lantz
If the urinal is a cock raffle, I keep winning
my own cock back. "No, no," I tell the attendant,
"I don't want my cock again." He holds out his

hand, as though to say, "Brother, if you don't
want it, I'll take it," but it's my cock, and I ain't
giving it away without at least another, better

cock in return. I stand at the urinal for hours,
waiting for other players. When they come, nobody
looks at anybody else. Maybe they don't
want to give away the value of their cocks.

I wish the Muzak would stop so we'd know who won.

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