J. D. Nelson

whunce kwieckie!

it’s the middle of winter in the martian sink

earth is the brain, the soft anchor

                              the voice of the violets

what made me think of
5ifty-seevong and kipling

see thru walls & windows
see for yourself

walking half-hulk

a true story with bat utility belt

there was a small burd
wondering hurriedly

this is the wet world
training for neutral
king of the air

hi I am wintering on earth
where are you from
               oh all over I’d say

checker up in anointed severance

this is the salami earth
nowhere to eat in peace

rinse now
earth is wet

sitting on my foot
until it falls asleep

a space hawk is always around
hunting for the blood of the sun

hatwheel hammer is the forest for no one cooking that year

the song I sing when I am alone by the water

                              when earth gets its own sunset

the power of the green drink

this is the machine sinking in the swamp looking for gold mud

               science is a little off today

we need the moon to move over

learning to learn is a nacho star for kids

re-cluck & everything’s the same this morning
let’s sing a song about the world & its moon

               the bull saw a new earth!
               eating spiders for a trick!

today is my birthday
hope it’s not windy

that merry unit, the millimeter

into the new blue land
the water here in coaxial eyes

salad and beans for the day
wheeled illusions to stay and nest here

here in the kitchen cooking the heads
here on earth and everywhere

the light of mind is ruining my shadow

J. D. Nelson (b. 1971) experiments with words and sound in his subterranean laboratory. Visit www.MadVerse.com for more information and links to his published work. Nelson lives in Colorado.
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