Elephant Ears

6/24/22

Category: Beauty, Nature, Poetry

A curl within a curl

within a curl

ad infinitum.

 

A turquoise fractal

with salty skin

and a wicked tongue.

 

The golden ratio—

multiplying itself

in eternal swirls—

a pillow for Poseidon.

 

I stare out at the horizon,

blue walls of hydrogen

and oxygen molecules

holding hands

 

as I listen with elephant ears

to the peels

of white-cap backpacks

on these eternal sojourners.

 

The butterfly-effect is real.

 

Towers that bend

as my feet descend

to taste the ripe fruit

of exotic wings

 

is the passport

time forgot.

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