The Revolution by John (“Jake”) Cosmos Aller

The revolution is ecstasy
And will come over and over again

Until the red roses of the moon
Grow above the purple grass of Mars

While the zipples
Fly above

Eating the wimples of Tanzania
And the Sight of Beethoven’s symphony

Fills my ears
Climbing up above the yellow hills

And purple clefts of Pluto
The god cries out

Revealing the utter contempt
That the dead has for the living

My mind is lost
Blown up inside a rifle

As I drink the blood of the newly dead
While swimming in green scum
Above the hills of Tanzania

John (“Jake”) Cosmos Aller is a novelist, poet, and former Foreign Service officer having served 27 years with the U.S. State Department in ten countries – Antigua, Barbados, Dominica, Grenada, Korea, India, St Kitts, St Lucia, St Vincent, Spain, and Thailand. and traveled to 45 countries during his career.  Jake has been an aspiring novelist for several years and has completed two novels, (Giant Nazi Spiders, and the Great Divorce) and is pursuing publication.  He has been writing poetry all his life and has published his poetry in electronic poetry forums, including All Poetry, Moon Café, and Duane’s Poetree. (under the name Jake Lee).  He is looking forward to transitioning to his third career – full-time novelist and poet after completing his second career as a Foreign Service officer, and his first career as an educator overseas for six years upon completion of his Peace Corps service in South Korea.


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