Caterpillars hang on branches in a breach of profit.
Catfish and brim float on water, the lake’s prophets.

First to pre-board, a man in a wheelchair avoids a hassle.
A man dashes out of the bathroom and forgets his asshole.

A rotisserie of fire ants dig dark carnal knowledge.
Lava laminates green hills in carnival knowledge.

Exploding pomegranates splatter the earth with a red present.
Corn crops, spears of brown fields provide ethanol a presence.

A water blister of brass and silk opens a time lapse.
Shredded tires along a flooded street do backward laps.

A chocolate bar tattooed on his chest comes á la carte.
A computer is the last place to look for the Holocaust.

About Lenore Weiss

Lenore's collections include "Tap Dancing on the Silverado Trail" (2011) from Finishing Line Press, “Sh’ma Yis’rael” (2007) from Pudding House Publications, and "Cutting Down the Last Tree on Easter Island" (West End Press, 2012). Her writing has won recognition from Poets&Writers (finalist in California Voices contest) and as a finalist for Pablo Neruda Prize, Nimrod International Journal. The Society for Technical Communication has recognized her work regarding Technical Literacy in the schools. All material is copyrighted on this site and cannot be used without the author's permission.
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