Iedit my life clothesline pins & clips hang to dry, dirty laundry, I turn poetic hedonistic in my early 70's reviewing the joys and the sorrows of my journey. I find myself wanting a new review, a new product, a new time machine, a new internet space, a new planet where we small, wee creative creatures can grow.
Lilly, Lonely Trailer Prostitute
Paint your face with cosmetic smiles. Toss your breast around with synthetic plastic. Don’t leak single secrets to strangers- locked in your trailer 8 foot wide by 50 foot long with twisted carrots, cucumbers, weak batteries, and colorful dildos-you’ve even given them names: Adams’s pleasure skin, big Ben on the raise, Rasputin: the Mad Monk-oh no, no, no. Your legs hang with the signed signatures of playboys and drifters ink. The lot rent went up again this year. Paint your face, walk the streets again with cosmetic smiles.
Bio: Michael Lee Johnson lived ten years in Canada during the Vietnam era. Today he is a poet, freelance writer, amateur photographer, and small business owner in Itasca, Illinois. Nominated for 2 Pushcarts awards poetry, 2015, Best of the Net 2016. Mr. Johnson published in more than 940 small press magazines online and in print. His poems have appeared in 33 countries as of this date, he edits, publishes ten different poetry sites. He also has 130 poetry videos on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/poetrymanusa/videos He is the Editor-in-Chief of 2 poetry anthologies, Moonlight Dreamers of Yellow Haze-and Coming in April 2017, 98 plus poets, 315 pages plus, Dandelion In A Vase of Roses. He has several books and chapbooks published.