Author Archives: Steve Pelletier

Bruxton Man

Down at the Bruxton Line a pituitary man got lenticular At times he would be like “aight boi” popping up in the Everglades other times a swan in orbit hacking out a dewdrop He was a notary in Bruxton Town … Continue reading

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Asterisk

Fast-forward to a meteoric crunch slightly louder than a potato chip Ain’t nothing like the real thing, baby that’s what they sang into my wallet Not going to open that whole can Instead let’s run past the ostrich make a … Continue reading

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Safe Passage for a Bone Man

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Million Mile Ladder

More or less swept away a caricature of myself pinned against the endless void You gave me the freedom to uncover myself and all these natural laws

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Might as Well Re-Converge

A hurricane gets lodged in half of me the other half is washing the dishes You are patching up a small ocean I tell you that it’s delicious Let’s get caught in the wind together afterward we’ll make a new … Continue reading

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Juniper Hollow

In the market a capful of gods noticing me all at once a piece of the earth gets tacked away as a farmhand takes a well-deserved rest The sight of the boat on the River Styx is unsettling from a … Continue reading

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Half an Acre of Ribbon

Time always stands in the sink like that I see you ready to get going with the microphone but I am still having breakfast in this Puritanical region Why not get contagious with me? I want to get in the … Continue reading

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