Gary Mex Glazner in Wandering Hermit Review
Alois Alzheimer looked into his microscope and said, "Eureka!"
He saw slides of cells porous with holes and maps of Munich shrinking.
And axons clawed the void and wrinkled brains swallowed themselves
and creatures went limbo in the stiff light.
He saw slices of fervid cells and maps of Munich shrinking.
And Alois swallowed clouds and there was darkness,
and aging creatures spoke not of the face of light.
And Alois called and called and it was so.
And Alois mumbled darkness into the old clouds.
And Alois said, Let us crumble clay into statues decaying.
And Alois called and his echo answered and it was so.
And Alois said, Behold, let us multiply and there were many.
And Alois said, Let us stumble gray, all mouths saying,
rebehold the axons crawling, rebehold the wracked brains wailing.
And Alois blessed the beasts and there were many.
Alois Alzheimer looked up from his microscope and said, "Enter."