FROM 20th CENTURY SCOTTISH POEMS, SELECTED BY DOUGLAS DUNN (track it down; it's worth every penny):
BRIAN MCCABE (b. 1951)
Don't you fancy me in my black
Watch me arch my agile back,
show my underside's pale line --
like an inky, questing tongue.
Do I disgust you?
I am not the only libido
to ooze from this dark earth.
Haven't we met somewhere
before? What are you doing here
on this rainy afternoon, alone?
My tapering finger is beckoning
you to your likeness.