Image I Hear.

Image I hear.

Double rainbows in Brooklyn,

The boy playing ball,

The girl dancing silently

Leaves rustling from her wind.

Whimsicalness in an act,

The loudest families in the street’s masses

Somehow bellowing above all others

Above the clanking cranes

Above the arguments

Fights

Whistling drivers

Beats from the ghetto cars,

A diesel’s roar.

by Sam Sutlive Posted April 29, 2015 11:42 PM

Trembling men

stumbling young men

stiff men

Creative women.

Women waking in the night,

half dreams

yawning on an idea

turning over

sleeping again.

The men sleep too but snore dreamless and dark.

by Sam Sutlive Posted April 29, 2015 11:44 PM

The Bathtub or The Contents in Them.

 Shock Value—  The Bathtub or The Contents in Them.

I have taken books to read in the bath with me.

I lay them down ever so gently and let them float

and sink as I read.

Posted May 3, 2015 at 815PM.

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How does this sound?

I have taken books to read in the bath with me.

I lay them down ever so gently and let them float

and sink as I read.

Regards,

Sam Sutlive.

Posted April 29, 2015 11:05 PM.

I wandered on that dark shore alone

Very nice artwork and poetry combination. I also like your title quote:
Through binoculars / I leave my narrow world for / an ocean of stars (Tychogirl).

tychogirl

Poem fragments from an old magazine (Graham's Illustrated Magazine of Literature, 1843) glued onto old artist's conception of the lunar landscape (from Recreations in Astronomy by H. D. Warren D. D., 1879). Poem fragments from an old magazine (Graham’s Illustrated Magazine of Literature, 1843) glued onto old artist’s conception of the lunar landscape (from Recreations in Astronomy by H. D. Warren D. D., 1879).

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