Digital Poetry Corner

June 20th, 2011

… it’s more like a nook than a corner.

We like to encourage diversity here at Pouring Beans. Never one to turn our backs on creativity no matter how stupid it may appear on paper I have been working on a song or digital poem about a recent amusing story whereby an acquaintance of mine kept confusing things for milk. At the time I couldn’t see the potential yet several evenings later, whilst frothing my whiskers, it hit me like a lead skillet. I therefore present the early version of  ‘It Could Be But It Isn’t Milk’.

It Could Be But It Isn’t Milk

Some kitchen roll, truth be told
It looks like milk but it isn’t milk
There’s a duvet where this morn I lay
It could be milk but it’s not milk
That fabric softener, that Debra Toffner
They should be milk yet they’re not milk
Cup of PVA in the DVLA
Isn’t milk, it’ll never be milk

And that chemical solution
Which solidified an intrusion
Of my fridge-time expedition of a curious coalition
It stands near my hands and wagers damn demands
For mountains of wondrous hundreds and thousands
It might well be made of milk, but it certainly isn’t milk

Fuck off yoghurt.

Entry Filed under: God damn poetry,Ian

1 Comment

  • 1. Kevil  |  July 5th, 2011 at 23:36

    Fuck off yoghurt.


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