I am a scaly godzilla come to part your waters.
I do not sense the cleanliness of my absence.
I do not notice the gone piles of dropped clothing,
the missing stacks of papers that might have
inked the tiled floor, the hardened preserves
and butter scoured from the kitchen counter.
I return boisterous and frothing into your shower
stall daydream thighs, incensed by scalding
jets of spray, lips made moist by fantasies
Forget the dusting, the scrubby fucking bubbles,
the violin lessons that are ended but not mastered,
the monkfish that blackens as we clash.
I am a man. I return for one thing and one thing only.
Let me slide across your soapy beaded pantheon, gore
your vaulted belly with my horny claws and worship.
Let me bleed a little with your tidy blood, scraping
your heaving cheeks with a day old beard.