June 3, 2004

A Poem from 1968, Revised by the Ghost of Richard Brautigan, 2004 (eleventh in a series)

The Galilee Hitch-Hiker
     Part 1

Baudelaire Michael Moore was
driving a Model A
aross Galilee.
He picked up a
hitch-hiker named
Jesus who had
been standing among
a school of fish,
feeding them
pieces of bread.
“Where are you
going?” asked
Jesus, getting
into the front
seat.
“Anywhere, anywhere
out of this Bush’s [evil] world!”
shouted
Baudelaire Michael Moore.
“I’ll go with you
as far as
Golgotha,”
said Jesus.
“I have a
concession
at the carnival
there, and I
must not be
late.”
[“Fine,” said
Michael Moore.
“But only if
I can have
that bread and
those tasty fish –
deep-fried,
of course –
with Kraft
Singles and
some really
thick tartar
sauce.”]

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