Monday, May 28, 2018

Mimes in the blindsides of Panorama By Adam Levon Brown

Reminiscence blindsides peripheral nuisance 
Panorama of light sheds its unholy skin to bask
in the darkness that is life

Juggle-jostle of mortuaries signal their beacon
of struggle bound hope while sifting needle-bay
storm-launch in idle-dreamed visages

Semblances of views assemble in waves
of rain puddle grey while stomping 
through hailstorm pride

Mimes sign their way to mired anger
while Rembrandt seizes brushstrokes
of fury-tossed dreams 

About Adam Levon Brown:

Adam Levon Brown is a published author, poet, amateur photographer, and cat lover. He has had poetry published over 200 times in 11 countries. He has been published in venues such as Burningword Literary Journal, Harbinger Asylum, The Stray Branch, Poetry Pacific, and Indiana Voice Journal. 

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