on a sapphire lawn, a glass vase of mushrooms stands on its head. a platter of crème custard naps, while a bunch of grown sunflowers tease us with their posture.
the moon is low, drunk, & stretching its borders, over oval bushes, a little lorax hides behind them. by the flower patch, a golden mushroom statue is squinting. the black beam on his head sprouts tall, arches, then dangles the celestial chandelier.
i am laying on the grass, under the bubbled & weeping cerulean tree. come and join me for a dinner of daises.