love, poem, poetry, Uncategorized

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i can’t bear to write a theme where two end up the same its untrue of you it is! matter of fact interrupted by your name as the punctuate of breath is this why words are born or what is this what you are for

and all the same it was a story
parsed and strung
and sad-looking on its own

notice how the story sharpened in each hand
and some were roused by it and some were utterly complacent at it
others squealed on

but you sat like a cat
it was nonsense
but that was who i was then

squalor pulsed behind the word squalor was the baby eyelids and dead elbows the waste released in machine gun in chopped bodies in bridge jumping old dying smell what is singular is alone and stinking but pushed to the back of living word the punctuate breath the tongue the great aperture! why words are born or what is this what you are for

 

 

 

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love, poem, poetry

dark matter

understood by the study of its own effect
the thrown dish in the kitchen
curiously spent, the reflection such the affect

words congeal in raucous ways
it shows them thrust into light, their position
becoming fixed, severed through a critical lens
huddled in fear of finite mass

when hushed by waves
walked backward through dust
curious this suspended plumage wake from

though love crowds in
and through the common pressure
change exposes matter through pleasure

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cat, love, poem, poetry, senses, smell, woman

anima

low to the ground
and keen to breathe you through my mouth

spilling along the bottom of the doorway
printed on towels, handles, and sheets

it crescendos down through hallways
missing you now and pacing

interpreting your times:
either like the eager beating of the thrush
you’ve been
or, the complacent pulse of the nest hen

you are home, i know first
by your smell
brimming by warm cultures

those bottoms of your feet
when you have gone long walking and
in your genitals as you sit
such long hours on top of them

every inhalation
deeper lost in me
the equator calls
becoming me somehow

low and heavy near the ground
the keeper of your smell

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