Christian of Troy
Bikinied battalion, Miami Beach,
his mythic visage, the blondes beg, beseech. To sword
(his scalpel) sirens submit. Beauty bleached,
Botoxed, skin deep commit. For lipo lord,
cornflower eyes, open Gucci wallets, spread
Pilates thighs. Suave surgeon sovereign,
their plastic prince, Da Vinci beauties bled,
by flesh convinced. Vampiric charm, red stains
on scrubs; females are easy to open,
impossible to love. Abandoned child
of rape, forlorn for father’s eyes, slick grin.
All women porn or patient, cut, defiled.
OR, sedated, or on silk sheets, black,
he only trusts a woman on her back
Kristin Garth is a poet from Pensacola and a sonnet stalker. Her sonnets and other poetry have graced the pages of Occulum, Moonchild Magazine, Fourth & Sycamore, Anti-Heroin Chic, Midnight Lane Boutique, Paper and Ink, Here Comes Everyone: The Brutal Issue, Rise Up Review and many more publications. Her poetry dollhouse chapbook Pink Plastic House: Three Stories of Sonnets will be released in 2018 by Maverick Duck Press. Follow her on Twitter: @lolaandjolie.