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Dragging Dead Limbs by Jessica Ni Leacai

My legs eating the cement, how they choked on punctiates, dug, digging pot holes in steps. These feet pulling in gravel, how they dragged your weight, run, running quick sand in veins. Your traction a pulley in me, how my … Continue reading

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In Tarmac Traversed

Willowing, weaving copses coronate the night’s sky begging for a boundless, borderless range and I wishing,hath the heaven’s forgiveness and bountiful belongingconvinced such merciful acts of harmonious physis in motion. Deminishing, derelict destitutes, streets of asphaltic canvases, draw in forests of human … Continue reading

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