smokes spiraling in nostalgia heights
left a chronic sting in my eyes

absence of rain is obvious summer
humid on my skin and drought to the fields

children picking pebbles on the sand
in nonchalance of the monster sun

green coconut trees stand side-by-side
like domino tiles and toy soldiers

where thoughts are aching as funerals
where dreams are floating in decimals




About chester maynes

poet, and a lover of music and books.
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9 Responses to deciMaLs

  1. RMpaton says:

    Brilliant, I love all of the imagery you use. I love the way you write and am looking forward to your next post.

  2. pandaplatter says:

    beautiful poem, a funny thought.. that you’ve posted it on the 27th of May and I’m still on the 26th of May, what does the future hold!? :p

  3. That’s pretty great right there.

  4. great write. beautiful imagery. Thank you!

  5. doseoflex says:

    Summer poem :)! Love the imagery and spontaneous alliteration.

  6. Very nice, helps me with the dreary weather here!

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