I never eat them,
I just skit them across pavements
with the side of my feet.
I've got salt in the crook of my thumb
to lick and twist lips at and spute.
My thumb it has flour paste under the nail
like grout, I pick it out with my teeth
and spute it after the lemons.
On my head
I wear my heart-hat
like any of my other hats,
people are polite, "is that new?"
Themed radio takes too long to search and focus,
my legs begin to ache with flu
and the bed I will crawl to is empty and sour;
I bite the pithed lemon.