Stardust in Your Eyes

Stardust in Your Eyes

A Poem by Kenny Alby

I wrote this while watching an old film-noir movie with the sound turned down.


Stardust in Your Eyes -


Whispering abreast film-grain souls

unfolds an urgent moralist, whose quandary

radiates with Dionysian lust, exposing

cigarette ashes deep in thought,

plastered betwixt teeth surrendered

to hollow lips, a mouth-piece for cinders

ejected upon linoleum tombs.


Calico waves of absinthe waiting on baited breath

to survey midnight horizons for dystopian sinners,

divine comedies play on his fogged lenses

with a kaleidoscope world,

pressed against elder eyes.

© 2013 Kenny Alby

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Kenny Alby
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Added on March 31, 2013
Last Updated on March 31, 2013


Kenny Alby
Kenny Alby

Lincoln, NE

I'm supposedly human. Anarcho-poet. Her infinite power helping oppressed people. I also write the occasional sappy flowery crap. Fantasy and other things, too. more..