“Light of Life” by Doris Dulfer, original Artwork for the flash story “Man on the Moon” by Anders Sebastian Wennesland
The most hateful dirt is piling up the table angrily rumping bumping my chest.
This light is misplaced. Fabric on fabric on non-fabric consuming me whole.
My body is full soft and sick. 200 grams and make sure you don’t take it raw it’s a trap you’re misguided you distract.
Mayonnaise you confuse honey and milk and happiness, stares and textures.
Never no movement. Sweat without moving, it’s a sin.
Precautious self-medicating my life: be a palace.
My soul be a bin.
What we crave and need to see
Creeps, relentless loathing, fear
Chunks of survival and hunting skills
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