The Poetry of Ants
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God is Outside. The expanse between stars is in the dark of His eye The weight of the world rests in the crook of Her smile Their words were never yours, and they were never mine God is Outside God still goes to church But She no longer sings The revival perpetually being quashed byContinue reading “God is Outside”
I’ve watched children of all ages Throw tantrums when inconvenienced Treat one another with selfishness cruelty and vile intent They demand my respect I, who bite and claw For every bit of mercy I’ve owned My age, my inflection, my skin precedes me Though I am dark I don’t owe you anything You little fuckersContinue reading “I’ve Watched Children of all Ages Throw Tantrums when Inconvenienced”
Waiting in the cold stream So belongs the catfish Rummaging through the murk His meals lay yearning to be found by his whiskers – Wings bathed in sunlight The osprey glides and prowls in hunger The wind urges below his wings His chirps and calls are dedicated to his lands unfurled below – The soulContinue reading “Be Longing”
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