i believed in a god once,
prayed to him for a whole week,
i swear, the south is a place of
mundane beauty, written on the
alabaster walls in parentheses
he was silent; you were too
sometimes it's people that i fear most,
millions of years of millions of cells
of millions of bodies,
edged up against the cliff so that
the icy breeze howls on the arch of our
the ooze of manifest evolution, we rose
from the slime of the sun and ran
blindly into nuclear tomorrow
the worst we could do is be forgotten
listen, i've been trying to find a way
to make myself content with dying,
we're sacred, temple deities to homeostasis,
watching the summers drain down
with a glass of cool lemonade,
at night, my insides glow like fireflies
i'm made of stardust,
and i'll tell you a secret:
you are too
I can't even tell you how much I enjoyed this and how truly well written it was.
Nice well written/abstract & encouraging-which I need now-so do most folks!
really, this is amazing
congratulations on the DLD, lovely being
Wonderful piece full of simple but elegant imagery. Each section gives the reader something a little different to think about. I love this! Congratulations on the DLD.
this is really great. omfg. those last 3 lines.