P.J. Gallo

What will you do with your photograph
of the federal budget?

My hands are a less important camera.

Like barns in photographs, your mouth must be caving in.

Smooth surfaces are less dangerous -- are you
putting pennies in your rock tumbler?

Everything round takes a shape of a human head.

Now I, bent to bargaining for me.

It is the custom of rain to owe millions.