66 Day Poetry Habit, God Poems, Humor Poem, Poetry

Taco Bell, Downtown Los Angeles: Post-Game

A god in golden overalls leans
Out the driver’s side of an open
Lincoln in the drive-thru
Late night

Tries not to puke

Pukes anyway.

Smiles
Checks his watch
Pays too much for his tacos
Pays too much for our tacos too
Swerves off

We won’t forget it
Who could forget him

He won’t remember
How he got home

-M.
(Day 2 of the 66 Day Poetry Habit)

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