Romancing The Drought
The mountain, hip bone of earth, shoots down a dry, hot wind
Rattles the skeleton city, held together by a series of pins and plastic cartilage.
We hang refrigerators, like art, In our bedroom windows
Who rattle clumsy tunes, instrumentals, transposing the fever of a ragged daze.
Between sheets of sea, in our urchin shells, we carve coolness into the shape of ocean waves
And sleep with mountain ranges wrapped around each other.
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