"Subversion," "Kaleidoscope Dharma," and "Yin Yang #45"

Subversion

Guilty hands hold
non-poetic pens.
The mind narrows
to the cover story:
smoke screen interference
freezing truth
coded by fear
sending trains of thought
to nowhere.

 


 

Kaleidoscope Dharma

It’s the festive cold in a waning year
with mass produced magic
and mutual paws
on the edge of smiles.

There’s a sense of moments
scents and antique laughter
when staying warm was a stove
and discipline.
Even balls had edges then.
Intensity was an S & M word bang
on twisted innocence.
Fear was a rocket stealing sleep.

There was no balance to hang from
as I wobbled from a dream bed
saw a splinter that cracked the sky
where the wind and I could breathe through.

 


 

Yin Yang #45

Night is an abyss
at the edge of a footstep,
raining anvils
in a mercury-retrograde
imagination
needing chemicals.

Fog is a curtain
of anticipation.
When lifted
our way is lit by stars
on a high dose
of infinity.

 

 

Belinda Subraman

Belinda Subraman has been writing poetry since the sixth grade and publishing since college. She had a ten year run editing and publishing Gypsy Literary Magazine. Six of those ten years was from Germany where she was a Bohemian outcast among officer wives. She edited books by Vergin' Press, among them: Henry Miller and My Big Sur Days by Judson Crews. Former RN who has worked in Psych, Hospice and Geriatrics. Currently owner of Mystical House which has an Etsy shop and a counter in a New Age store in El Paso, Texas.

 

Edited for Unlikely by Jonathan Penton, Editor-in-Chief
Last revised on Wednesday, July 19, 2017 - 22:57