suddenly in the arms of Aeolus

by jhon baker

and Zues.

This is the turn on of morning cigarettes altered by the prevailing forces of Greek mythology. Luckily my coffee wasn’t spoiled nor was my copy of Mojo., which is important as it is a costly mag with a crap cd glued to the front.

a poker hand has gone bad on mt. Olympus. but like all men fights it’ll be over soon and there will be a beer bought and laughter about the forgotten incident that kicked it off.


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the light has sometimes painful burning

the light has sometimes painful burning but I miss the sun on my up turned face.

 the
 light
 has
 sometimes
 painful
 burning
 but
 I
 miss
 the
 sun
 on
 my
up
 turned
 face.

                                            the
                               light
                                                     has
                       sometimes
                                            painful
                                                         burning
                                                                         but
                                              I miss
                                                             the sun                           
                                                                            on my
                                                up turned
                            face.

– Hoc Scripsi

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4 Comments to “suddenly in the arms of Aeolus”

  1. magazines with those free cds were impressive in the 90’s now they are just lame.

  2. With pain is often pleasure…

    Pearl

    • often there is too much working in concert, both or either can be suffocating and pain often is. but you were making a lovely comment of the poem which, thank you much – I like it when people connect to them.

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