Treasure Island

Belinda Nelson


Mutt Life


If I knew how to do anything
But love you, I wouldn't want to

For how river listening with you is mint chocolate chip ice cream
Smeared on your flustered cheek, baffled by rigid escape
Of commonwealth air, ambigious loss
(Is the offspring of such
Stored pebbles off its construction roads)

How fascinating are your kind eyes
Tickling about the soggy dew
Of mountain grass drenched atmosphere
Like switching lenses of color palettes

How heavy internal chaos, inspired chaos
Vindicates.
In spite of daylight's consciousness

Is already doing too much

Submitted: Monday, August 06, 2012
Edited: Monday, August 06, 2012
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