valium crash the news looks bad the ship has lost its hull

there are walnut trees on Pluto i think
crystal diamond blue
horizon upside down
center dividers stars in bloom
Ernest H waves from a black velvet bull nebula
shooting at gazelles in heat
downtown city hall fenced off from vagrant free radicals steady to explore
news of the day inner tubes
floating up the ice tundra
teeny tiny core
liquor stores
barbershop
bank building
bikini lounge
margaritas screaming opera loud
golden arches
chicken all militarized
taco toll
franchise whores
open for business
Pluto has one cherry tree
at dawn we read thee Book
thee Morning Star’s dead light
we shouldn’t tell those lies
could the gropers mashers and fiends
grandpa killers darlings of infallible machines (wink wink)
dare to go where print castrates them
Pluto tired just like us
rotates on her side
ferns and fossil bones fuel
glistening surface ice
Charon chases Papa like a Marx brother
down a Cuban blvd
Che comandante semper fi
make a left on Broadway
Pluto grows tomatoes
shipped to Mars
on backs of rain forest mamas

2 thoughts on “valium crash the news looks bad the ship has lost its hull

  1. Nice commandeering of your craft, Captain. Making it back to port without a hull, like you have done, takes exceptional talent. I was born on Pluto. Whatever possessed you to visit that obscure planet anyway? I’ll go back someday, maybe for a vacation, but first I have more orbiting to do. Glad you made it back safely. The news isn’t all bad. I think we can get you a new hull. Just don’t go adrift again after we do. We like having you around!

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