Broken Carrion

Three Poems by Louise Helle, pts. 2 and 3

The two faced eye set

One side is a moon carried by reckless tides
Lodged in an eye socket built to small
For what it sees
It bulges out and scares little children
 
The other a jewel reflecting all possible colors
 
A list of my happiest thoughts, dictated to the worlds happiest stenographer
  Happiness is a monarch on its way to Florida
  Two cold plums and a bit of green tea with honey
  A soft kiss with my breakfast
  & the sun singing on my face and your face
 
  The ache dissipates!
  The world connects!
  The word is confident!
  The road winds &
  the trees bend in the wind!
 
  One thousand splashes of cool water to the skin
  on a hot day, fighting wars
  with water balloons to find at the end
  a joyous laugh coming a long way
  & cool sheets in the night.
 
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About vurinstitute

Horatio Somersault is the Director and Regent Chancellor of the VUR Institute, a think tank involving some as-yet-unknown and slightly spooky manipulations of time and interdimensionality. In his spare time Somersault enjoys writing poems and fables. You can read his writings, as well as those of other VUR inhabitants, at vurinstitute.wordpress.com. Though he lives a wanderer's life, his hometown is a domed biome inside the water core of the moon Europa. You can follow his experiences adapting to the customs of the early 21st century on his Twitter @VURdirector and can email him at vurinstitute at gmail dot com.
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