“Drop a lightbulb onto any surface / Watch the splinters on the skin morph into perfect shards / Flying everywhere, exposing the wiring inside.”
Drop a lightbulb onto any surface
Watch the splinters on the skin morph into perfect shards
Flying everywhere, exposing the wiring inside.
A candle sputtering the last of its wick;
the wax dripping onto a finely polished table.
The anatomy of a kaleidoscope seems symmetrical
But bits of unshaped, colored glass reflecting each other
Create the eccentric designs and intangible pictures
Encased inside their hollow shell.
A hall full of mirrors gives no sense of direction
Walk round and round and watch everyone stare back.
Be entertained by the blistering paint
Observe it peel in long strips, bottom to top
as you hang upside down
from the ceiling