Monthly Archives: February 2017

Amber and Roosevelt

Same as the most efficient crumb zone on pace to redeem a circuit breaker I pinched a bird in the roll away and twisted a past due leafy green It’s the way you look at me that makes me think … Continue reading

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Vanderbilt Runway

All the ways a loose-fitting sentience becomes a rhapsody in blue jeans I am traipsing to the ends of the earth hoping for a tomato plant on stilts Call me like a mother and instead of a brushstroke the evaluators … Continue reading

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Sight Unseen

Scent of pine and a random obelisk time to ask repeat questions of a source beyond the grocery my counterparts will be my own aged memory and a decent arrangement of snacks I am hoping to see the world as … Continue reading

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Pillow Talk on Demarcations

Same as a mosaic giving birth a motivational speech is given in cubic zirconium and a clubhouse gets paid in lightningrods as a tissue of tin is stretched just a little too far You and I waltz on an outdoor … Continue reading

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Birkenstock Eels

Apples in a barnyard guesthouse playing “Guess Who” by lantern light there was a large attempt to mirror a standing ovation but it all ended in a glitter wagon Poke me when the eye doctor subscribes to a New England … Continue reading

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Mortician at the Mall

Revealing a darkness in the temporary ladder it is all bequeathed to a number of ninnies I was the lone holdout who thought to break bread Neanderthals all asking for a haircut too late, it was already a solid purchase

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