Pneumatic Moons by John Pursch

Hegemony powder flips human fenders for frisky foreign fig trees, dipping diurnal tributaries in folded orange highway ice. Bell spelunker plastic pulp oppresses an elephant, etching immunology tocks in horse train certainty.

Penthouse plumes rise from cruciform wax mudhens, roosting on crocheted rookeries of crock pot spatula singers till dank old cooties sail for feverish yeast in flecked refectory mirrors.

Deeply creased forebodings lean on limpid loops of palladium, potassium, and paramecia plucked from padded break room boxtops. Torn biscotti notation publicly criticizes incisors built for tendentious emendations, leavening stale girders with gridiron quirks and quaffed credentials.

Pauses eschew exfoliated umpires, entering treaties with tortoises on hollow beaches. Frugivorous groupies grope generous jostlers, judging oglers with high-rise bluster, palatial palaver, and porcelain parakeets on primly crimped tarpaulins.

Spinning gemstone gist to equine equanimity, trifecta tantrums tease tippling traction team buffoons to beefcake balustrade beneficence in lieu of ballerina blush on boldly balanced practice gleams of winking thighs or putative pneumatic moons.

Groveling graveyard guards cordon axed alluvial assumptions into curtly carded carcasses, yellowed luminaries, ghostly gap-toothed dinosaurs, and yawning rudders in gamely disheveled steamship snowplow mesmerism.

John Pursch
John Pursch lives in Tucson, Arizona. Twice nominated for Best of the Net, his work has appeared in many literary journals. His most recent book, Intunesia, is available in paperback at http://www.lulu.com/spotlight/whiteskybooks. Check out his experimental lit-rap video at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l33aUs7obVc. Follow his work @johnpursch on Twitter and john.pursch on Facebook.
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