I would wish myself a wall,
a fortress of forgotten time,
of stone surfaces in buildings built.
No towers there trapping me,
nor my heart so horridly bound,
And I not melted in marbled moments.
No faked fallacy,
No whispered want.
With the earth my eternal chamber,
A burial beneath the brandished bodies,
and asphalt not asking of our antiquity.
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