Treasure Island

Zachary Zuccaro

(November 9,1989 / Tennessee)

Surrealist Landscapes (1-5)


Surrealist Landscape # 1

Droplets from the leaky faucet
eagerly dig a hole
into a pool of water
forming a fluidic sink.



Surrealist Landscape # 2

A formless man
stands upon a black disc
revealed to be a part
of the larger question
mark.



Surrealist Landscape # 3

The propagation of ripples
through a translucent door
forbid the escape
from Heaven.



Surrealist Landscape #4

Four rows of graphite columns
stretch across the plain and desert valley
dividing the two environments.



Surrealist Landscape # 5

Before the red canyon
lies a desert plain
covered with shrivelled carcasses
of dehydrated earthworms.

Submitted: Thursday, June 07, 2012
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