Friday, January 11, 2019

Aprilia Zank writes

slow motion

heading for the blue pill
hints of fresh stamina
denial of the coup de grâce
the solace of rhetoric
void dreams
of instant blading
green gooey viscera
emerging to dessicate
turn the other cheek
they said
flashes weave nimbus
in the darkness
of the cellar
agonises the beast
beauty is innocent
glistens in shades of blue
death in slow motion
in a net of silvery lace
Priapus, Casa dei Vettii, Pompei

1 comment:

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