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Earth's Diner

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Fresh slices of sunburst oranges surround the dough colored pancake clouds

While the lonely lonely moon stares down at the canvas of a new blue day

Earth’s oven bakes the dirt brownie ground heating into summer colored clay

And again the marble spins around breaking into the sound of human waves


The wet summer drips with relief knowing another day begins

And I breathe in the sunrise holding it in, eating it, and loving it

Exalting this sweet taste of so many beautifully dressed sunsets

I must exhale finally leaving myself for earth to dine on


Blood of man mixed with living time

Earth is drinking of man’s sweet wine

And dutifully we must gladly pay

Into such a beautiful plan- until we stop- we never pay

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Nicely descriptive... your work is reminiscent of Alberto's. I esp. liked the third line.

Joshua Hennen
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