Instantly deriving moonlight

By John W. King 

(Artwork by Hannes Steinert)



Instantly deriving moonlight,
Copiously resuming pleasure,


Graciously presenting leisure,
Modestly measuring prick.



Room and lust and space and haste,
Naught and drive and pain and yuck,

Hands and feet and dick and luck,
Zoom and muck and doom and trick.

Wherever he goes, he is sedated.
His friends are leisured, his fiends ablated,

He has a home beyond relief,
His precious lips are on reprieve.


John W. King teaches forensics and negotiation at San Francisco State University. He writes mostly erotic, mostly gay prose in his spare time.

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