The Wildcats, New Year’s Eve 2013

Courtenay was served an indictment,
for wilful resurrection and murder
of men from excessive excitement.

A sparkly dress like hers has its perks.
imprisoned on its surface is everything
from galaxies to the midnight fireworks.

It seems all that glistens and gleams
is held captive between those seams.
The arc of Courtenay’s towering stiletto
in synch with back up boy’s falsetto
is more intriguing than the allegretto.
The front is a magnet, an utter must.
I’m in awe of her vocals and in lust.

By the new year I’m far too smitten
to steady my quivering quill until
my ode to pussy power is written.

Courtenay was served an indictment,
for wilful resurrection and murder
of men from excessive excitement.

5 thoughts on “The Wildcats, New Year’s Eve 2013

  1. It’s clever to be able to end any writing exactly as it begins. I liked this. Very visual again and I enjoyed the rhymes. But why is it called “The Wildcats”? The last line of para. 2 doesn’t refer to cats.

    1. The Wildcats is the name of the band that performed in Koshigaya Park, Campbelltown, that night, after the warm up acts were finished. I didn’t want to fictionalize anything for this one.

    1. Thanks for pointing that out. I’ll look into how to lose a couple of syllables or do whatever else it might to take to restore the flow.

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