Ant Smith

All poems

All shapes and all sizes

Now spliffs they will come
in all shapes and sizes
Some are impressive and
Some are surprises
Some are long and thin like a pencil
Some are like stubbies, packed and eventful
Sometimes they will droop
or at the root are quite floppy
Some they are smooth
and some they are rocky
some overhang with an excess of skin
Easy to light when stood in the wind
Or to excite with just a pinch
Some are like funnels
Down their length they expand
They get harder to suck on
The longer they stand
Some are so small
That they can serve just the one
But a blow back from them
Is like snogging a god

Now spliffs they will come
in all shapes and sizes
But it's the one that you got
that does the best job
A spliff in the hand
Is worth two in the bush
I've never met a spliff
That I couldn't love