The Most Magical Man by Zac Dunn | Art by Jason White

JasonWhite_The Most Magical Man by Zac Dunn
Art by Jason White

Humidor of human filth
By Zac Dunn

Art by Jason White
Published Issue 102, June 2022

The most magical man

Lives on top of boxes but

Wants desperately to understand

The circumference of the meridian

Goal posts smoke and cold ropes

Evoke similar waves and places

We’ve already been

Splice the marmaduke

Clutching gleaming things

So bright they

Ignite patterns and eruptions so

Blatant they gather dust and make

A commotion

Lack luster longevity

Exposed and brutalized

Untold obliteration

Cause equals effect

Hold on

Let go

Similar fantastical faces

Emerge and spew

Dirges so guttural

The most malicious

Moonshiner would pine

Perilously toward water

That simple thing that was not there

The colostomy bag of

your spirit

Is full

Zac Dunn is a psycho-social mechanic, father, musician and dreamer. Check out his music and follow him on Twitter and Instagram.

Jason White is an artist living in the suburbs of Chicago. His favorite mediums are oil on canvas and pencil & ink drawings. When he was a kid he cried on the Bozo Show. His work varies from silly to serious and sometimes both. Check out more of his work on Instagram.

Check out Zac’s May Birdy piece, RAMBO WAS HERE, and Jason’s May companion artwork to Brian Polk’s Rumors, Idle Talk & Fireside Chat, and Jason Heller’s Stringsor head to our Explore section to see more of his work.