Symbiosis by Breelyn Shelkey

Breelyn Shelkey

Neon mesh swallows air
Beckoning floating carousels
Beaming painted cracked faces
saluting all aboard
“Tell us something, anything”

Plunging into turquoise Jell-O
Pushing hands
through millions of molecules
Technicolor tabloid squares
Pastels shielding faces

Let the sun lick
every droplet off chilled rosy skin
Woodward veiled tangerine
Dappled dancing everglades
Tender breezes seducing sultry figures

Fingers in earth, toes in water
Rising sun, gold n’ glitter
Green metallic liquid, sipping silk
Lying beneath trees
Breathing watercolors


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