coffee beans and machine guns
change we can believe in. blackness is an ideal
churches full of popcorn
mumbling generals in tank tops
nightliners piercing darkness
a dead dog’s candy eye, the tightrope of history
cigarette butts drowned in cold coffee
orphans and Eurydice in ironed T-shirts
earthworms tunneling underfoot
abandoned swimming pools, and an umbrella factory
you should really try the menstrual cup
the smile of a brand manager
mr. Detergent has been slain, now
they are making a tower out of his latex
welcome on board the swarm intellect where CEO toenails
look like Heidegger’s.
We are not out of the woods.

Vernacular was originally published on Meandering home


Published by

Kamiel Choi

Dutch philosopher and poet, sometimes sharing thoughts on the internet.

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