Friday, January 15, 2016

Tomorrow's Tomato

Monstrous chimeras, wrote the scientist
As if there were any other species,
Regularly stare us in the face, but

We don't scream. Oh, the scientist's so right,
And yet we do. We scream and scream all night.
We wake up screaming in horrified fright

That we will never have another dream,
Not one nightmare to wake up from again.
We sail over the guardrail of tonight

And rise gasping, grasping at tomorrow
Already become the last yesterday.
There is no silence in silence fiction.

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