Spring 1990 • Vol. XII No. 2 April 1, 1990 |

Bubble Hubbub

Bubbles upbubbling in water coolers   when workers press taps for a cup. . . . Potters working bubbles from clay    so pots won't explode in kiln. . . . Network of early warning radar bubbles    stretching across Northern Canada. . . . Gunner in bomber turret bubble    zeroing in on approaching Zero. . . . Bubble I drew in gradeschool   inside which I drew       my dreamhouse with me inside    smiling out open window      waving at trees, flowers, birds, clouds    with my miniature bubblewand      creating miniature bubbles    with miniature dreamhouses inside. . . . Bubblegum bubbles bigger than heads that blow them    collapsing over the blower's face       like raw pizza dough. . . . Bubbles 10 feet in diameter   rising 100 feet above lakes in Java       to burst loud as artillery shells. . . . Bubbles bursting on the Ocean   inject into the

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Bubbles upbubbling in water coolers   when workers press taps for a cup. . . . Potters working bubbles from clay    so pots won't explode in kiln. . . . Network of early […]

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