Aaron Eliad

(Berlin)

[Cerberus talks about cars he's going to buy]


Cerberus talks about cars he's going to buy
with the pursuit of the american dream,
refrigerator, war on wars
and gilded bricks of zest
in the junkyard

his face is a bowl of flowers on pangea
getting darker every day;
they talk about cars they're going to buy,
robots they drank
and maybe things that they freed.

Submitted: Tuesday, January 29, 2008

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  • Goldy Locks (1/29/2008 6:07:00 PM)

    You astound. Such incredible ideas. Way you present them is undeniably capturing to the reader's eyes, mind. keep reading, as poet ~ youre obviously ridiculously inspired, not influenced; own (original) creativity here - is remarkable.

    best care, sjg (Report) Reply

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