In a message dated 4/1/03 12:20:46 PM EST, [log in to unmask] writes:
> > For example, I read the phrase "the soot
> that falls from chimneys" as a
> reference to ejaculation.
> And what do you do with 'let fall
> upon its back', then? Somehow I d o n ' t
> want to know... ;-)
Well, I think the phrase means just what you you're afraid I think it means.
The image of the fog is dog-like (or cat-like), and I have a mental image of
people in some doggie-style sexual position. The phrase 'let fall upon its
back' then follows. The sexual imagery continues in "licked its tongue". And,
at the risk of being overly graphic, liquids deposited during sex will
un-deposit themselves, forming "pools". I'll let you decode the rest of "the
pools that stand in drains".
-- Steve --