Exactly One Mile

by J. D. Nelson

(The Denver of bees. The Larry of Sleeves is leaving. Russian orchid Wheaties. Un-comma goodness. How long has it been since I blinked? Toronto ashtray smile and a purple tin of time. She had gummi bears for toes. Unsure about the teeth of slaves. Clamps on my brain for magnetic freshness.)

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2 Responses to Exactly One Mile

  1. J.D. Nelson….that’s m’boy.

  2. Aaron Asphar says:

    Really elegant + concrete, corporeal language e.g. “Toronto ashtray smile and a purple tin of time. ” + “magnetic freshness”, serious, moody, a visceral deco

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