Poet's Corner

Posted: Thursday, December 02, 2010

Indigo Calypso

Olivia Velazquez-Alarcon

lets' go rumble,

inside a bag oh' leaves,

you're like a brand of the latest intoxication,

a shiver with a toaster horizon,

define; art,

an invention of glossy bits, sparkle jitters, and bottled notes,

i have no remains,

but innner peace,

sweeping up with city lights,

rolling about sidewalk trash,

rooms blanketed in oragnatang mirrors,

crunchy blue carpeting,

mushroom eye-poppers,

lets ride a slick pony,

i wanna strive doe just simply being cope,

collaborated adventures,

like an x-ray's worth a 1,000 words,

i wore last night's newspaper,

all about the ceramic, enclosing town,

suns don't carry mustaches,

drops only taste of peppermint skies,

and the dish ran away with the spoon.

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