On Identity

i arrive home from another week of it, and must decompress/ from feeding with the scavengers, in the wilderness of slaves, consciousness misshapen, their last surrendering to time’s ancient and nodding head, death, too, is speechless/ identity, a neolithic idea in defense of tribalism, there is no defense/ blood touch it now, it was your stitches that defined you/

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