The wind calls out from under
That never-ending blue sky.
Tall thistles sway back and fourth.
The dry tan of their bodies reflecting the bright sun into our eyes,
I lay underneath the telephone poles and wires, buried out there in the tall weeds.
The electromagnetic waves most likely eating my brain. I dream of far away oceans of static.
buzzing swells, pulsating white black dots.
I see wisps of fluff crawl across the sky. My fuzzy ocean dreams fade, and I dream of Stars.
Far reaches of space, black and starry-eyed I swim through dark matter.
It clings to me like a baby clings to its mother. We dance, we spin, nebulas kiss my cheeks as I twirl by.
Comets light my way.
Mermaid moons and me in the tall grass.
Waiting to be set free.
Let the worms eat me, let the soil have its fill. Let the stars drink me in.
All want me.