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Apache Strobe Light

The captain’'s phaser
A broken arrow in the sand
A stack of pornos
A leather bracelet on a hand
A can of soda
Some kind of nuclear device
A child’s notebook
With scribbled suggestions

That was all we found
Do we still get payed the same?
No one was around
No one saw us there

We stopped for pancakes
With buffalo wings on the side
C'’mon for Christ’'s sake
I didn’t know that they could fly
Quick grab the camera
That there is an ancient burial site
They put up Christmas lights
So you can see it in the night... –

... it gets cold
And darker than it used to
Like everything else
It takes time to get used to

But with morning
Came the sun
Like a Strobe Light
Flickering on
What was left of
The landscape
You and I danced
To old cassette tapes
Kissing through
Our face masks



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Mark Lesseraux New York

Mark’s mother is Irish Catholic. His father was a Russian Jew. In the 2nd grade, Mark veered “off course”… secretly. It is not clear how the "thread" was lost, but it had to do with a botched reading assignment; a chapter in a blue and yellow book left unread. Later, there were 2 nervous system glitches and at least 2 ecstatic dot connecting sessions. Finally, a Need… to sing. ... more

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