I like the concrete movement in Kathrin Köhler's "Submersion":
seaweed growing serpentine through her hair,
undulating and hypnotic
caressing her skin
with cold light.
Pressed down by the weight of water
Even the music of the words remind me of waves and tides.
Oh, and how uncomfortable does "Zac Efron Being Eaten by a Shark" by Jade Ramsey make you? Yikes! (A psychoanalyst would say here that food and sex are closely related.)
Season these tasty dishes with art that is evocative and stylistically primitive. Love the splashes of red. Goblin fruit, indeed.
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