Richard Thripp

W.B. Seabrook & Yogis

If it's goo you want then it's the gooey side of Mars built by masons
goo-covered masons who whole-body bathe in alien Martian basins
Flowery parents, sans parental rights, promoting sissified gay sons
adherents of W.B. Seabrook & yogis, Oriental mysticism & pagans
who are more demonic than the Executive Mansion full of Reagans
or a dorm of spicy, saucy teens, the majority of whom are Meagans
One might disengage with an Alice to clock how fast a fat Peg runs
Between Cebu and Bicol the world cries for women strong as goats
skinny ones who might be stuffed aboard a limited number of boats
in summery weather so there will be less bitching about furry coats

Submitted: Thursday, May 15, 2014

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“Micrometeorites travel at speeds of up to 100,000 kilometers per hour, and the heat generated when they crash into the Moon can flash-melt the silicate rock particles present on the lunar surface. Splashes of this molten material can then vaporize and dissociate into their constituent elements before coating other fragments of rock in a process is known as 'space weathering.' This process is virtually unknown on Earth.” – fr. author Belle Dumé: a science writer at Physics Web.

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