America, 2016, Unnumbered, Crashing Crumbles Aboard My Late Train
from concrete, crumbles
spray grain dust,
crushing spirits that fly, creeps
crimping my dead brain.
Yet another Dystopia Today shot from the amateur Carl in some very small town (somewhere hidden in the midwest) sometime late in the Summer of 2016.
America 2016, American Culture, Death, Depression, Fear, Iowa, Poems, Poetry, Purpose, recovery, Seeking God, Shadorma
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#1 by Johnny Alexander on February 21, 2017 - 12:25 am
Well, it’s got all the right colors….
for confusion in the rust belt…
#2 by Carl on February 21, 2017 - 5:30 am
I like all the lines too. I’m not very mechanical. It’s cheating to post pictures with a poem, but it’s also a little gamey, right? If I get it wrong, they know it right away!!!