William Greco

Veteran Poet - 1,190 Points (03.07.1992 / Slovakia)

Million Mice Vs. Cat - Poem by William Greco

nobody here,
nobody there

I enjoy my breakfast on Jupiter
scattered
and radiant
shimmery shoreline
rumbles in redness
in sickened harmony

nobody here,
nobody there

the reckless arsonist
has a talent
of origin unknown
what an illusory
amazing paradox

condemned for heresies
for an enormity
to final battle
mice will march

nobody here,
nobody there

surrounded by
surreal dominion
strangely through daytime
there is a crux
a rebus
a flux
just like crusaders
for revelation
mice will march

order is broken
they will deduce
and I just sit
with bottle in hands
and watch in silence
nice mice fight
against
creepy coral cat

still

nobody here,
nobody there

Topic(s) of this poem: cat, surreal

Form: Free Verse


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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, April 6, 2016



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