Mesoamerica

Posted by Erik Moshe on Sunday, August 21, 2011 Under: Poetry


Playing parkour
with the souls in the street
the ghost of Musashi coasting
on an azure hydroplane-mirage

Sparse

Sunbathing sabertooths
hot bean paste cement
guacamole hair gel sorbet

My heart skips like stones
in a valley where bootleg orchards
bloom ransom notes
boast photosynthetic immunity

dry earth tangerine rust sponge
a sky whose black death
is renewed periwinkle

Chupacabras rest, serenading

Hotel Red Pepper is the only monastery for miles.

In : Poetry 



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