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On a Blue Balloon Floating Through a Corn Field (Sonnet-esque)

A blue balloon skips through my stover garden,
where the spur of dreaming yields in its slumber;
and I ponder its blues with thoughts that harden… 99 more words

Daniel Ray Thomason

reflections revisited (Sonnet)

Reflections leash my psyche – I obsess,
then flee in spiraled walks to see the dream:
an ego’s glass that can only oppress
the face that grows to fear the mirror’s scheme. 73 more words

Daniel Ray Thomason

Picture of a Broken Shore (Sheboygan)

US Bank — The tower displays a digital resonation of time and temperature; a red reminder of the coldness of our hearts and the time we refuse to take advantage of – it triumphs over 8th Street, stamping itself onto our wandering peripherals, obsessively gazing into the sodium free ocean below Lakeshore Drive, where I smoke marijuana at the edge of the world, beneath the crimson beacon, peering into some distant storm that luminously blinks within the darkness. 342 more words

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Leaves translucently anchored by the earth
beckon to infinity’s bending fleet,
where pious seas defy the cosmo’s birth,
and sails propel the day toward defeat, – 76 more words

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Liquid Republic (once human)

the leaves are too loose on the gallows of evergreen,
where air is a noose, lassoing and fleeing with our predetermined effigies –,
into the seratonin sands upon the hominin clade quarries of yore, 575 more words

Daniel Ray Thomason