This is what I brought together today. It’s already a classic in my book. The all but too late symmetrics I so happily started to make. My mind is set on drawboards now. Something tells me I should get more deliberate in what I do. It does however ammuse me that someone on facebook had gotten into the same nichè. I used photography on this.
As you make connotations of this vile distress. The punctuated proper. It would not lie. These eyes appeared out of a cat’s face. Me and my neighbours cat are perfect strangers. She steals my tunafish.
In the void immaterial supposition of arisen questions of doubt. The don’t point your finger at me baby I’m lost. What does it all add up to? Shame? Guilt? Conscience? You find none more honest than a drunk.
Legalized-dreams.org will publish a booklet with poems and graphics. “Harlequin Nights” will be about 30 pages and be available for purchase on site. The poem is about a man and his mask in the mirror. How demons appear to him and he can not get rid of his grin.
The poem will be brand new though based on old ideas. Hope you will welcome this artifact with a twisted smile on your faces.
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Another fleeting glimpse of reality. The inevitable suffix of decay. An insolent trick to ammuse the pictured.
Fervent adoration. The victimized supposed.
This spree into the infinite. Convolution reformed.
To consume the fatigue of limits.
What colours held.
The clear envoyant stare of nothing but lies. Herein the vision. Beauty is a mask.
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Lazy eyes. The conveyed property of denial. Fair square. We can all see several faces.
After a while hit by spam. The site has now returned with captcha. I had to delete all comments for this to work. Blessed be!
First of all honesty. What singular tension brought us forth to become what we are. Behind bars now Adam and Eve! The advertant prolific duty. We should all share paradise.