May/June 2015 • Vol. XXXVII No. 3 Nature's Nature: A Gathering of PoetryMay 1, 2015 |

wild turkeys on sunday

arrested, field-in-hythe a queue forms, vision is licensed against its greater mesh precision is not, as some claim, a virtue oxygens axis mundi evolves a cartographer's salt (breathe it gently) o severed hand o chaste emperor, skein what you see is biology's nation-state, resentments plait gun-metal in half-light this piercèd will wives a tithing flesh the eye's mullion's vivisecting lending bank, a business semaphore-seiche my hive-body (so ignorantly aflame)

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