I see fuzz on the moon



Driving at night with car lights all around, halos––red, green, yellow from the stop lights. If pavement is wet the reflections sparkle like Christmas trees and yard lights begging for a trip to the North Pole.

Mixed in with the color glistening in the night are the black spots where for a moment relaxation takes over, eyes resting, the headlights of the car showing the road as a road and not a moving  rainbow.  Then suddenly the darkness ahead is lit by two spotlights and the flashing starts over.

The surgery helped but I can’t drive with one eye closed, especially the one in the corrected lens, to avoid the lights. The second cataract is scheduled for removal in a month or so––then if as promised, lights will be singular the way they were designed to be. But I imagine some part of me will miss them, especially if I’m feeling psychedelic.

Published in: Uncategorized on December 18, 2013 at 1:32 am  Leave a Comment  

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