Ten Short Sentences III

when the sun woke her she knew today was the day—they all wore tie-dye

the thunder sounds like a glass rolled on the counter, the birds aren’t worried

the Baby in dirt his heel digs a divot he blinks at the sun

train topiary wanted to be a snake and choose where to go

since they don’t suffer no one laughs at jokes the sunflowers tell

japanese student look at a picture on a phone, one says “derete it”

in one austen book a sea captain can’t handle a girl falling down

got paralyzed once but not really paralyzed just full of sheet cake

in 1860 black slaves yell “we’re free at last” in capture the flag

devil works too hard—trying to make me laugh he gave me palsy

Ten Short Sentences III

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