Government and Private Industry
on the banks of the Potomac,
arm in arm as impassioned lovers,
necking peach-white skin-
the soft licking of lips
turned to slobber of tongues,
snarling, nipping on ears,
rolling through the cherry blossoms
with erect members as red and narrow
as slim lipstick cases,
and finally the whine of penetration
underneath the shadowed banks of the Capitol.
Sorcha Patricks is a Washington, D.C. writer and poet. She is of Irish and Jewish heritage, meaning she can down a bottle of Manischewitz in no time flat. In her free time, she works as a puppy motivation coach and professional tater tot chef. You can reach her at firstname.lastname@example.org.