Barely Noticeable

By | 1 September 2013

stencil grass and blow— up
ponies sadly
deflating I stoop

to native violets.
My mind, a mild
and clouded surface

women delicately pink
winged and clothed
their silicon flesh parting

under cast iron column arches
garlanded overhead
with pressed metal flowers.

Ticket barriers pulse
in concert, a closed
system in perfect reach

the tool’s crude optic
runnelled to paths
dense and chemical

In the glade’s depth
and plasma air’s
transmission upward

forty clicks to flagfall
eye pressed to image clutter
trembling without

artful riot of pleasures
so the body — giving
chase — sidesteps

the complicating forest.

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