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A Poem

Derangement, and the replacement of the chair, staples on the floor, sewn to my back

salivation over disjunction — the beautiful analysis — torn into circular shapes, spread out over a whole foundation — the crow’s beak still shoved through your memory — a puncturing

rechristened the atmosphere, labelling stars as poseurs of routine — the renovation of this circumstance still tears…



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J.D. Harms

Former hairstylist, perpetual philosophy student, swallowed by poetry, writing, ideas