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Once – by M.J De Angelis

I admit once
it occurred to me
when swimming
in an orange lava lamp,
meaning emerged
and absorbed
parallel universes
ignited by some
twisted ignition.

Effervescent Cheshire smiles
bloomed radiance
over camphor waves
of harmony –
once.

Well …
maybe more than once.

 

M.J. De Angelis lives on the Lamprey River in Durham, New Hampshire and enjoys fly fishing.  His pieces have appeared in: “Third Wednesday”, “Chiron Review”, “Wild Goose Poetry Review”, “The Blue Hour”, “Scholars and Rogues Poetry”, “Sonnetwriters.com”, and “The Penwood Review”.  Although his first passions are poetry and fly fishing, he pays the bills writing software.

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