Laurie Christenson

(Port Orchard, Washington, USA)

More - Poem by Laurie Christenson

Gum was sticking to his belly
and a comb was lighted with jelly.
the floor was filled with mildew and honey
he flopped onto an almond roasted bunny
A canoe was trailing behind a baby rabbit
while he chatted with a squirrel and grabbed it
as he spit out the leftovers and ran for an oven mit
seaweed was floating into a doctor's surgical kit
The ocean was sipping tea with a dayglow lizard
while he sprinkled his grapefruit with industrial size gizzards
a root in a nearby marsh was peeking out alongside a wizard
rain came in snowmobiles and an avalanche escaped a blizzard

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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