By S.J. Fowler.
Boy sitting on a ledge, stone mountains hanging mid-air behind him, looking down.
Food and hospitality are important to culture.
Thessaloniki: a goalkeeper lunge, an open window, broken glass, a deep cut above the left eye, to hospital for stitches.
All packed up.
A feathered snake delighted him more
For the absurdity of the juxtaposition
Than any sense of the anthropological
The Surreal was whatever he said it was
And all he had to do was point his finger
At the Dadaist binaries that popped up
For his amusement—QuetzalButterfly