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Friday, September 9, 2011

Poem of the Week, Armstrong, JW Mark

We now return to our regularly scheduled programming. The school year has started, and strangely we feel more normal because of this. A little astronomy, a little cheese, it's all good. One small step for an editrice, one giant leap for a Toucan....

by JW Mark

That’s one, compressing boot grid gray
tangential powder Small step, packed
commissioned paw, Pataskala’s own,
initial print compressing dust.
black orbit bruised foot signature.

For man squash ball one giant leap
Dominion dark for mankind squashed
By silver craft set down he claims
A mozzarella sphere white orb
On top the moon, away in space
Five digits pressed assert a world
Compacting dust the cosmos claimed.

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