Christopher Rey Pérez – 1 poem

 

RUGGERO WANTS TO WIPE OUT

the marianismo with flood
lights and a tracking
shot of bukkake

Roger owns three
Moka Bialettis and
buys me
nigiri

You Raymundo are the one
to who my business
trusts imaginating

I imagine a history of lonely men
invented Hell
for the pussy

Cocodrilos     black latex    

I remember
bunches
of grapes

el Verdadero coming back
and
he’s not so ugly

just pauperized into
one of the
already
disappeared

laying
out
tracks for the new
villa miseria    

a degenerate
sui generis
sentiment

 

 

Christopher Rey Pérez travels and loves bachata. His work appears or is forthcoming in Bird Fly Good, Catch Up’s Emerging Writers section, The Scrambler, Caliban, and 3:AM. Currently, he lives in Tel Aviv, where he runs a poetry workshop at the Garden Library for Refugees and Migrant Workers, and in Abu Dis, where he teaches at Al-Quds Bard Honors College.

 

 

 

 

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