Hey neon freaks, here is the 500th post for austin new blog. Holy crap, I never thought we'd make it. As per Erin's request, I'm singing hallelujah right now. To celebrate, here's a new series of poems from my heart to yours.
air stream: slip
advantage on the bus goes he fat kid eating a chocolate bar with a gold wrapper;
he lets it to the wind and
one thousand cities eat each other alive.
on the bus, we sink into the tepid
give me a break sings a child but the car beside has the dim cat girl reading a magazine about galoshes and she smacks gum
air stream: hip kids
I see the hip kids wishing they were hobos
an alley fight
some other vagrant happiness and a drum fire
we bus through the city and
an explosion in place of glass growing
I imagine my flesh instead
all through the land go faster go faster!
air stream: bofo
leave me wheels kid no the road
we don’t exist.
gone daddy gone in the blip towns
we watch little children parade in pink and blue down the strip into a government history museum
air stream: lights
so go down to the creek I don’t believe in candy clouds kids give it in the back seat we smoke a derby and horses loose in the pasture I
want to see the whole world pass
cats and flies and milk cartons that dance, oh
we should slip the ocean when we arrive
air stream: bottles of
give me a drink I go eighty
marshmallow face on the old man in the diner in the middle of nowhere I hit the trailer hitch and the chicken cages exploded in
someone has to set it right drive on into the nether
father you are the barrel of gasoline
we all drink
air stream: balderdash
we crazy types flinch the quick stream air foil on the camper and
ask a question of the doves spiraling in the desert.
we want women in the small closets of the old Amish house, the burned gas station.
a trail to nowhere is heaven I am
simple and I fall in the highway
and... here's a picture of an orangutan, because I know the real reason you all come to the sight.