monster

 

 

we decided to love
the dusk locks our neon phantoms

we skipped delicious meals
colored nightmare fills our naps

we’re heading east in christmas
winter captures our warm tragedies

the pinnacle of our tales
are truths of huge fortunes stuck on wheels

over the horizon of oriental space
pledging our clouds in the sky

gamboling among the children in hats
the streets caught us in benches of gaiety

we lost a long, smoky chimney
stolen by the folly of a beast

 

2012

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About chester maynes

poet, and a lover of music and books.
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18 Responses to monster

  1. David says:

    oh wow….I love the last two lines:)

  2. boomiebol says:

    We skipped delicious meals

    Colored nightmare fills our naps
    I really like these lines…especially colored nigntmare fills our naps…well written

  3. Imelda says:

    I see the world of children … the fun and wonder of it all. πŸ™‚

  4. dannypereyra says:

    Really love your work. Had my “follow” settings all whack, but now I’ll see your new posts! Really enjoy it.

  5. nice and playful – made me smile

  6. thesubterraneanworld says:

    Hey Chester,
    I have nominated you for “THE BEAUTIFUL BLOGGER AWARD”.
    For further details, visit the source link :

    http://thesubterraneanworld.wordpress.com/2012/05/26/3-awards-in-a-row/

    Congratulations!
    -Naima.

  7. girldies says:

    I’m stuck on “pledging our clouds in the sky”. Nice.

    Thanks for visiting me, too.

  8. sayingitall says:

    “Over the horizon of Oriental space

    Pledging our clouds in the sky”

    Loved these lines totally!!

  9. Jixi Fox says:

    dope ish…i love how you wrote the title. πŸ™‚

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