Wash ashore

Plastic mobile homes, pressed on canvases of buoyancy
The pigments paint a nightmare that I often forget
The pixels of my brain, figures occupied by hard sells
The amplitude of memories, tides zeitgeist detergent

Viagra blue plastic bags, ocean floored for infringement
Names remain separate, denounced by the originals
We remember what to call us, by recalling ghosts of forms
The chemical formula for memories, recalled for false claims

Syrup infused bright poisons, derived from making sewage potable
Why can I only see my face reflected in molten polyethylene?
Minds in taxi across mnemonics, designed to summon dispersed wisps
Through screens, senses weep into corpses, among remains washing ashore