lunaticus

Toledo_lunaticus

illustration accompanying the poem “luna c major” by titus toledo
(first published in the now defunct experimental art-lit zine spread):

They never found the bodies because he said he ate them all.
They never found the bones of the bodies he said he ate
because he said the dog ate them.
They never found the dog who ate the bones of the bodies he said he ate
because he said he ate the “poor little thing.”
He said.
But they did find the dog, and inside the dog, they found his ring.

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digitally retooled pen & ink collage (circa 2011)

hi ho!

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