you ride me like patriarchy
and i moan, i moan, i moan.
i am a thousand women
bound to the leather of your couch
thrust in-between this and the next
playing second fiddle to the pouch,
oh, oh, oh, ouch.
put it there again.
you know i like it, fuck yes.
fuck no, it’s coz i got nowhere to go.
at pleasures moment’s notice
you’re up and leaving, i’m just arriving.
it’s rude, but not as rude as this.
my voice is drowned out by
the shudder swimming down your spine
and i’m gagged, this time, and the next,
you know the score coz that’s all i am.
i’m left dripping you…
a secret combination for an every-lock.
the chicken comes home to roost.
and a thousand women just like me
flash through my mind,
row upon row, the gag-rag,
reflecting the carriage of patriarchy.
cannot you see?
riding from up there,
stampeding through the ripening crop
how you ride my womanhood
the crusader, ss, militia, the cop.
the daunting everyman should.
it’s still the same love and patriarchy
it’s still the same you and me.
i moan, i moan, i moan.
rape is different when it’s everyday.
in every place and every way.
and we are tired, and fired.
these gags and the gag is on you.