Thax Douglas poem to Grant Hart

Surreptitious frogs keep moisture going like a twisted sheet to the other side of the looking glass ice
Hybernation allows the sheets like ghosts with a lot of emotional problems to spread viruses of water to the outside world so future mirrors can grow
Eventually, the ghosts fall to the ground tackled by mold like leaf paste wondering if the water's done its job a little too well.

Poem read by author Thax Douglas at Prodigal Son, Chicago, 31 Jan 2002
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