I cried a terrible magnifying glass
and appeared in the Hemlock tree
a little mess,
tiny horns and mummy hats.
The front yard frowned,
candle messages on magazine,
wrapping paper houses everywhere.
Front yard musings fuse occipital convolutions into daytime death dream dances. Blow out those candles and sleep. (With this poem, Zachary joins our congregation of Contributing Poets. See more of his work on his new page.) – mh