Poem of the Week

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SEPT 17TH 83 TO LONDON 16:52

Landfills brag
to consecutive stints
in allocution
how their beat-up quartz
and copper wire tendrils
trigger guilds of rats
to coalesce

The problem
doused in ranker stocks
of exponential juice
calls autistic polygons
to war

Yellow plated signposts
that oscillate
in the wake of us

Ovary deep
in the rhythm section
I lip-synch
what you shouted
in your sleep

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