Volume 95, Issue 91

Tuesday, March 26, 2002
 
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ARTS AND ENTERTAINMENT

Editor's Note

The Lush of Davis Avenue

tango down the street

Guilty Pleasures

Marshmallows

The New Prostitution

Untitled

The Accident

Non-Erotica

Eggs

The Photos Don't Say

Haiku #4

The Mountain

The Dream of Spring

For Weldon

Dana Taylor's Funeral

See this game?

The New Prostitution

There has always been that whore on the corner,
Waiting for a paying organ donor,
The wet dream, sex trade entrepreneur,
That will let you fuck her, but never own her.

There's a different score in this day and age,
For women not raised to live minimum wage,
Some pretty girls have devised a solution,
A contrived and transparent new prostitution.

Princess in a sundress,
Tricks to turn up her sleeve,
Sees a geriatric in a sports car she desperately needs,
Willing to lick his hand if it feeds,
So much to gain from such dirty deeds,
He'll buy her a car and she'll get on her knees,
And swallow down her American Dreams.

It's this type of racket that makes this state so sorry,
I have to live in a high tax bracket to make a girl want me,
But this is the all-American love story,
Boy meets girl, and girl meets money.


– Misha Biga-Wadstein


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