Smoke drifts in thin line, silence cut by time, the day lurks and night retreats.
the mind is our eternal playground rejoice in the fun of it
wicked thoughts between Chardonnay and pizza blond delivers wife waits.
Note: This poem is written in the poetic form made famous by Allen Ginsberg known as American Sentences. It’s basically a derivative of the Japanese Haiku. Instead of three lines totaling 17 syllables, American Sentences are written as a single poetic sentence totaling 17 syllables. The above is my first attempt at this form.