GORDPLATTER'S ANALYSIS.

GORDPLATTER'S ANALYSIS.

A Poem by Terry Collett
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A MIND DOCTOR AND HIS FEMALE PATIENT.

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Gordplatter sits in his black leather
Chair, his fingers folded across his

Belly with features of one suffering
Constipation. He studies the girl who

Has come for analysis. Her hair is lank
And unbrushed, she has spots, her eyes

Are red at the rims. He listens as she
Speaks about her childhood, about her

Mother, about how she was never loved,
About her boyfriend Harry and how he

Always wants to have sex, but she doesn’t.  
Gordplatter notes her earrings, small silver

Quarter moons hanging. He asks her softly
To recline on the black leather couch.

She reclines and stares up at the ceiling.
He gets up from his chair and walks over

To the couch. She has small tits and thin
Thighs, he notes. She talks of her boyfriend’s

Mother who never speaks to her when she
Visits with him, but stares at her, talking over

Her to her son. Gordplatter notices a small
Stud pierced into one side of her nose. He

Stands over the girl with his hands in his
Pockets, listening. The girl talks about her

CD collection; about how long it takes her
To dress in the mornings with her OCD and

How her mother moans about it. He spots
Black hairs growing from her upper lip, all

Alone, just three black hairs. The girl talks
Boringly on. Gordplatter smiles and stares.

© 2011 Terry Collett


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Added on June 8, 2011
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Tags: MIND, GIRL, DOCTOR, THOUGHTS

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Terry Collett
Terry Collett

United Kingdom



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Terry Collett has been writing since 1971 and published on and off since 1972. He has written poems, plays, and short stories. He is married with eight children and eight grandchildren. on January 27t.. more..

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