Science Park, ver. 2

Science Park, ver. 2

Rolling hills that roll with

just a little too much


Lawns of clipped grass, clover

and strategic asphodels, to

break up the monotony.

Glassy deep meres haunted

by arm-length koi,

their steep banks

gird by metallic mesh.

Rabbits in the thickets,

Moorhens in rushes and reeds,

Squirrels leaving bare

the efforts of their squirreling.

Trees budding on

cookie-cutter, custom-fit

islands, sinking roots

into ponds of aluminum and

filtered nicotine.

Paths laid down in crumbly concrete

tan, attractive –

and showing wear.


Posted on March 27, 2015, in Pink Poesy and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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