jonathan Juarez

(Orange CA.)

big pang


Which ways go the windy with your relay
The hours fly by they are always right
You still don't believe in real-time web feeds
Ancient television static is not safe as well
You read daily those words yours Gods
I stop, wondering how nothing stares like nothing
Clouds hover inside the clear sky everyday
You easily forget where we are, so you tear our place apart.

Submitted: Monday, May 28, 2012

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  • Patti Masterman (5/28/2012 1:16:00 PM)

    It feels like it's fast paced (like trying to keep up with someone, you don't know what he's going
    to do next- or what he will tear up in the next five minutes?) Anyway, I like it. Your lines have
    this feeling as if they have a secret embedded beyond the words meaning (like that code device
    in, is it Angels and Demons? I forget what it's called. Oh it's called a Cryptex. :) http: //en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cryptex (Report) Reply

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