Monthly Archives: August 2016

Conversations in Neon Blue

My favorite thoughts are blended by an engineer, then frozen and displayed on posters outside the theatre Once the wind starts blowing it tends to dissolve the hard shell and moments that we’re used to once again become visible No … Continue reading

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Minus a Soft Demand

I wonder, what is it like to quench a violence Being is too important to memorize, don’t you think Given that the earth’s full of radiance What happens when another god captures us again When the memories become too slick

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Beetle on the Window

To begin anything is to search for a mammoth Put matches in the mouth of a scarecrow Ring the doorbell of a liquor store Write a message in chalk for a helicopter Watch a shark fin rise out of the … Continue reading

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Everyday Pressures

A dog let loose is like a balm The sound of a basketball is like the heart of a lizard A dance recital, like a small cosmic fire A handful of soil just a cluster of nerves

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A Sky that is Shared Equally

Patch a hole in the atmosphere using thumbtacks Hide a wig under a bowl of fruit Watch a program about otters Paint a key-chain different colors Remember footage of missiles being fired Remember mowing the grass Put ice into an … Continue reading

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A Briefcase Full of Doves

Trapped in a foamy wave thoughts of a cordless drill Explaining that life is like a nectarine or a can of soup on a piece of wood Feet covered in sand while the mind glistens The chemistry of the universe … Continue reading

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Being Born is Faster than Making a Wish

The moon is actually rougher than you might imagine Better to watch an advertisement for makeup Or to predict the spread of a new virus A mysterious and ancient glyph might actually be a crude joke And the wilderness a … Continue reading

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