Snowball Souffle - Poem by Jupiter Salt
A nova's neutrino hyper-chicken
brilliantly bursts from the malodorous maw
of a frozen octogenarian
as he stops to smell a dandelion,
growing from an erlenmeyer flask
two-thirds full with avian saliva,
and floating in a current
of laundry bubbles.
As the phonons of a screeching halt
hit his tongue, exciting his libido,
he trips on a sunbeam and
A frantic discombobulation ensues,
pursued by the cling-clang
of a blue-bell,
that signals the safari instinct
of a rocket rhinocerous.
She jets off into a semi-truck super-sky,
where she proceeds to firmly press
a smouldering cigar to her teat,
and scream 'Rye on the rocks! Please! '
Exhaust billows and contracts
into a gnat, that
nests in tidy branches
of his own elocution.
He stakes a sign into the leafy humus,
protesting his self-actualization.
His bland looks belie
his diabolical machinations
to one day hoist the black flag
and stagnantly announce his fervent passion
for pine tree tea.
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