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Charles Hancock

Distorted Euphoria

The rules of my dreams
Are not what it seems
Distorted euphoria
In my phantasmagoria

Lost in ambiguous bliss
Of a veiled, yet fiery kiss
From a sultry succubus
Riding a cumulonimbus

Enter recumbent anguish
The demons are cartoonish
My misfortune is their reveal
Places and faces are surreal

What if I've gone insane
Am I a victim of legerdemain
Maybe an alien abduction
Or a theatrical production

Awakened with a explosion
Looked around in slow motion
Found myself safe in my bed
The illusion fading from my head

Submitted: Sunday, March 17, 2013

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