Hieroglyphic Postcards

Originally posted Sept 23, 2016

RamJet Poetry


And the child came to

the tower

but God was not home

a river meandered away

from heaven carrying hope

in caskets to be buried

at sea

Still I wonder why

Jesus has the shipping manifests

I guess dying for your sins just wasn’t enough

we can’t expect perfection to forgive us

Have we forgotten the faces of our


we move through quicksand

with placid expressions

the new bedroom will be delivered today; I

hear they are good for the soul

let’s go sleep number someone…

what good will the 

40 dollar Way Fair wind charm

do at the reckoning

where are the doors to the places

we belong

Art&dance&song civilized who?

the devils who grin and live on the

sounds of children at play

pray we never tear down the veil

oh, what a fine tapestry it is

I lost my life in that shade of blue


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One thought on “Hieroglyphic Postcards

  1. I suppose it good i went god shopping at the mall of forevers – i got 2 days tradition where I can pork it up and not necessarily contribute back. I can be saved without works save one – I must actually believe. pesky religion always demanding stuff. My high holy days can be a sack of krystals with a bunch of hunts – you know as holy as they place is, they don’t believe in ketchup? jerks or to keep it religious – heathens but they have bacon, proof of religion. I am curious if you customize your postcard as in wrote the words yourself- shhh of couse I could struffle to be smart and spend all day trying to work out their largely vowelless system of language but I’m trying to talk holy hamburgers here. knowing my luck, you’re vegetarian. coffee time….

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