Friday, February 29, 2008

"Staring down a white-tailed doe"

Small town factories put the hard line on faces. All of them in a vertical destruction of youth, skin hanging there a wrinkle of time. Generations pulling long hours sucking in black death, diamond death, poverty death. It is all tattooed on the inside of lungs, painted over eyes, along the jaw clenched unknowingly. The subconscious is the only faction aware that there were once dreams of something more than making rent and car payments, of cigarettes and six packs consumed. Aleathia Drehmer 2008 Published by The Cerebral Catalyst 3/08

5 comments:

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Anonymous said...

This is really good. Short & sharp. It reminds me of where I work, in an old mill building complex, and all the people who ever worked there in the last hundred years. It reminds me of where I live, because there are still many of these soot-stained factories here, in the birthplace of the Industrial Revolution.

-David

Anonymous said...

PS: Working on getting my Google/Blogger account password back.

xo,
David

Anonymous said...

PS: Working on getting my Google/Blogger account password back.

xo,
David