AS A COMPONENT OF THE LIFE INSTINCT

I see you watchful
in corn-husk, fresh candy,
uncompromising in the
isolated cabin

You’ll take a prisoner,
gently – entwining by
blue-silk assertion, a slow
dismantling

of statue-time, of concrete,
of warning, suffocating
domesticated doorknobs – puss
shimmering now

Perhaps, un-like a post-office
scattered warm
possibilities tear open, while
sidewalks clutch our alphabet

At any rate, scattered
wrappers, a match
on fingerprints, artificial’s
ferocity, windows smolder

I see you, watchful
in corn-husk

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