A Visual Description of Something Invisible by Chase Kersey
They trade dust. We have so much stuff we literally do not have time for it.
People are paid money to dust stuff off, to show it momentary interest. As
layers of dust form they create new creatures, dust bunnies. Our items like
comparing neglect to see who has been the most neglected. Hope someday dust is
a thing of the past, when we have as many things as we need and no more. Kiss
dust before it is gone forever to space, only to re-settle on more welcoming
holes exist? Black holes exist because a star got its heart broken. As stars
are super-emo, they suck everything in around them with their negativity. Even
light cannot escape the black hole of an emo star. Nothing affects them. They
feel nothing yet feel everything sucks.
slurped through straws all the time. Our lives are God’s milkshakes. After we
die our bodies are transformed into God’s milkshakes. Think God is big into
milkshakes. Not sure why he likes them so much. God enjoys tasting the
sweetness of life. Make your life into the best milkshake you can. Have whip
cream on top of your life. Enjoy being a dessert for God.
friends know our old selves. Do we remember who we used to be? With every new
group of friends we try to improve. Yes you can improve your life and image.
Literally your voice changes as you age. Your actions change too. Cynicism can
be poured down but it can be removed. My cynicism used to keep people away. Now
I welcome others into my life and they reciprocate. That’s teamwork. That’s
life. Life is a team made up of everyone you have ever and will never meet.
ending is perfect. In ten years Chase wants to be with the same person. Ten years
is a long time. A whole decade with the same person is more than most people
can handle. Even at their most popular Presidents last for only eight years.
What makes anybody that special? Well when love is involved ten years can go by
quickly. I and my slothy wife made a go out of it for over ten years and we
couldn’t be happier.
understands longing and its eventual fulfillment. While this is a short
chapbook it has tenderness to it that’s really refreshing, the new sincerity.