Alexander Hawkins

Elegancia - Poem by Alexander Hawkins

Peacocks in sequence
on the dysphoric path

jockey between the mariachi,
skimmed umbra
and agasp agate.

Form an orderly line.
Sumptuous street-creeps
are evolving.

Empty your yellowed skull
of primrose promiscuity,

where a servile swish in the canopy
preclacks the ending of the gaggle.

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, August 30, 2012

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