Srail Redrum

Their folds only form
whimsical broken ear horns
through which the babel
of countless generations
grabs a hold of doubts
with faithful gimcrackery –

always bleeding the
same grotesque, viscous pitch-filled
filth suffocating the truth…

© Christopher Rupley 2016

(This is a Choka, and it stems from a group of Eastern forms of poetry called Waka. The syllable count is  5-7-5-7-5-7…5-7-7).

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