New Poetry with Audio!
Chris Wallace-Crabbe’s latest collection is By and Large (Carcanet Oxford Poets, and Brandl & Schlesinger). His most recent Artists' Book with Bruno Leti is The Alignments, One.
Theme and Variations for the Pornograph
The noun is coming to verb her
over and under again.
This young stud has three gorgeous substantives
to deal with adjectivally
for sweaty hours.
His adjective noun
has turned stiff as a ramrod
but given what is present participle
it won't be for long.
Verb at the gorgeous nouns on her!
Can she really handle being noun-verbed
by both those qualifier guys
adverbially, turn and turn about?
Naked as a simile,
she is adverb ready
to be very coarse metaphor
before our very eyes.
Whose noun is that he has in his mouth?
This one must be the most adjective
you could possibly imagine,
fit to be verbed
repeatedly, with noises like a noun.
At this stage
I verb I could well handle
verbing pronoun softly myself,
if I put my mind to it,
which wouldn't be too adjective.
Pronoun is turning me on right now.