Fluctuations

fluc·tu·a·tion

ˌfləkCHəˈwāSH(ə)n/
noun
plural noun: fluctuations
  1. an irregular rising and falling in number or amount; a variation.
    “fluctuations in the yearly values could be caused by a variety of factors”*

 

Damning thoughts
rocket through
red thorax
coughing up
blue smoke
from engines
fired by
salt splintered
bones thrown
through glass
eyes deeply
gouged bloody
by gulls
glancing off
flat Earth.

Despot tears
rain dawn
plants closed
years ago
when anger
thrust them
out to seas
black tides
smothered demons
tiny worlds
draped by
moonlight slivers
shone through
broken hearts
left frail

Cold shrieks
drown soft
ears picked
clean by
solid women
looking through
eyes sewn
shut under
raspberry clouds
of winters
gone by

 
Broken clavicles
arch across
muddy souls
far deep
with in
kiln dried
disconnection

last breath
drawn out
reaction free
bullets dropped
hours below
hallucinating angels
who couldn’t

take it …anymore.

 

 

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