“Smelling Salts” – Song By: Ronnie and Heather Whitley Gibson

lakes unheard, invisible face
know tabs tapes taped de-generate
masked unmarked, relaxed and laxing
renowned water rising, waste sponges already pronounced

ingested re-laced shoes taxing
wrapped sticky fingers go unharmed
spinning machines, smoking hair trapped
melting eardrums lounge and linger, smelting, broken fingers wrapped

Alaska pies baked somewhere else
someone tosses smelling salts
naming the unremarkable
a whirlpool lapping, capped,
lines of melting fishing pole vaults

spinning machines, smoking hair trapped
smelting, broken fingers wrapped

someone tosses smelling salts

Take A Listen To “Smelling Salts”

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One comment on ““Smelling Salts” – Song By: Ronnie and Heather Whitley Gibson

  1. granbee says:

    Good songwriting out of that poem!

    Like

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