A.J. Chilson

by Horror Sleaze Trash on September 5, 2013

AJ PERFORMING
Born in 1984, American poet A.J. Chilson has been writing for over a decade and has been published in a number of online and print journals, as well as some chapbooks. Recently, Chilson became a charter member of the North Lake Lavon Writers’ Club, which meets in the North Texas area. He lives in Princeton, Texas.
 
THE TRUTH


To tell you the truth,
I think about you
when I’m all alone
and I do my thing,
wishing you were there
doing it for me.




THE MOMENT


From the moment that you undressed,
and I saw what you had possessed,
I knew then it could not go wrong
with what was about to go on.




UNTITLED POEM


As she stroked her pubic hair,
wanting to make it stick out,
I asked if she wanted help.
Her response was “Sure, why not?”




I LOOKED UNDER


I looked under
what you had on.
Saw everything,
then you were gone.




A SHAME


I find it a shame
that you have the frame
that hasn’t been seen
in a magazine
(or even a book)
for people to look.




All poems by A.J. Chilson

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