Lame duck apostrophes – augmenting doctoring circumstances half-led both ferociously -fed By the kiss of the filler whisky

Yet Shall She laugh at the size of his literary sins so that they will someday-someway-so-soon both bodacious-ly break this silently dilapidating div-ide

He means it on peripheral purpose only ever of course, and She’s as liquefied equally lightweight as his about-to-be son with shining hot rum which bubbles both rumbles and churns

Against her adolescent bellybox insides

When It Leans in and appreciatively both agonisingly says, “this kid’s about to become a Bukowski in me.”