Sidewalks Don’t Want
Tipping is two is bi is monk is I don’t tomorrow. The second sentence pulls itself (pulls? itself?). We’re going to tambourine in skirts (yes, I’ll wear one). The ghost of a ghost is less. Electrolytes tread kissing party kissing party kissing party.
A window seat dictionary is another way of spelling indifference. I can’t smile happy when I am (between I can). There is a you & six I’s. I promise I lie. I promise the point of staring into a distance isn’t staring into a distance.
It Gets Cooler The Later I Wait
A squirrel outside the basement kitchen sink window is just above my platelets. Morning isn’t morning it’s not sleep it’s not you it’s not me. The third sentence licks its lips, hips, dick, chicks, etc. Soon or later is sooner late. Hope like that belongs in this piece.
Parker Tettleton’s work is featured in &/or forthcoming from elimae, Mud Luscious, Gargoyle, em:me & The Conium Review, among others. His second collection, Greens, is available from Thunderclap! Press. More or less is here.