five one-line poems by Raul Garcia

Lost For Worlds
in the persistence of night – how many galaxies slip through nocturnalized eyes?

 


Umbra Eye
concealed by compulsory hallucinations, illumined to blindness, to touch the skin of a mirage

 

 

Ruminate Chaos
and chaos ruminates nothing

 


Eroded of Eons
the drifting astronaut sending: receiving the unanswered question

 


Afterimages of a Waking Dream
lingering on the striations of remembrance – like sunrays a torrent of faces cascade on windowpanes

 


Bio:

Raul Garcia is a filmmaker and poet from Jersey City, NJ. His works have been published in Afterword, Astropoetica, Blink Ink, Glimpse, Hedgerow, and Marymark Press.


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