spiders, seagulls, nipples and peyote, oh my

So the second poem in our anthology is by Catfish McDaris called "Never Take Peyote to Work".  So right off the bat the title is a poem in and of itself which is great but then Catfish goes into an abstract stance by not using abstract images like spiders and seagulls and nipples but the tone and arrangement of this poem really adds this odd yet playful/dry tone.  There is a dryness to the voice which makes the poem wet with imagery, "The spider bummed a cigarette from an Asian lady with strawberry nipples......."  Need we say more?