We All Can Walk On

I don’t own a cat
but I listen to something purr
every time a world falls
into the shape
of splice-leather
silk

the knife
blade it took
to cut pieces
of these three
reflections
made

to fork
a spork
of many
mirrored
traces

following
one
leaves nothing
but evidence in the wake of
possible
advantage

tree
trunks escorting the wind
to the other
more far away one

we walk down a street
to a corner in a city unfamiliar

the middle
is the least
traversed
said a
stop light
at the corner
bordered with patrol
ium lights
on

the face side
of mountains
why

drag

a headache into a chamber of nonresistant
bullets

forget
the police

here comes the now
drop of rain splatter
against thankfulness finally
some sidewalk measure

one we all can walk on
beautiful day

not always visible perception
Persephone
hidden
tucked
spring
always grey
old man
hand shake
wrinkle

fall from
nostril hair
tweezers in a mud slide
snow ball
earth quake
rice cake
plenty of cabinet hinges
keeping
out mice
rats and bats

fly in
low hanging
airplanes
memorial day race
and coupons
always an abundant
of coupons
for ice-cream and shavers

something useful in fine print
can’t sue due to liability
conference wrote a note in blue tie

as the many many in a person
car drive

and held down the receiver
tomorrow arrival time
without airplane
thank goodness
who needs
a driver

oneself alone does the trick
was that a gun shot
or a fire cracker

excited
war heroine

money
indeed

stores closed
and out walks
closed
from the store
keeps us
remembered
indeed

I’m thankful for being here

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