A Ballad by J. Andrew Martinez at Spillwords.com

A Ballad

A Ballad

written by: J. Andrew Martinez


Of mountains, whistles about fishing for omens – whales, chroma, and the crescent killing smirk

Vox populi, changed tone merged leaven – au courant

Cloth tower breaks, moth bitten; vector, loaf sinister

Push aside crease_ brim new groove – nigh fulgor, aforesaid the cacophony – volume up prior to crickets; opening acts, attached to the hip

Remit doodad, banded contravene touch post

Verismilitude, speak where it might bring to, breathe proper at interval – nudge stone

Devoir the Philomath – berry picking, feed assembly

Jealousy amount in touching, wear tow nude; sheets grasp time eventual veneer

We hide under the blanket, clouds morass the entropy to a place that we’ll have a chance to align tenet

Scion, follow the works, and meet: the bending back, howl & hash, cup filled with rubbing alcohol, plaque teeth, Eumolpus’ bequest

Heed – the conductor of a moonlight dance.

J. Andrew Martinez

J. Andrew Martinez

J. Andrew Martinez Originally from the South bay of Los Angeles, California, currently living in Denver, Colorado. Works various jobs to travel and meet people. Previous writing published in Honest Ulsterman, and Figroot Press.
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