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November 8, 2016 / barton smock

feasts of projection (viii)

she is holding the bird up to the phone
she is crushing
the bird
can your voice
and mine
caught swimming

I think of my mother in her block of ice summoning a curling iron and of my father sending a robot to prison. of a leafblower named mercy hugged by my brother for outing my sister’s electric chair. of nakedness, poor nakedness, always playing itself in the story of had I not been invented I would’ve had to exist. the black eye how it quoted swan.


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