May/June 2019 • Vol. XLI No. 3 Nature’s NatureMay 1, 2019 |

Locusts

when the wolves that live in your lungs eat the sheep that live in your lungs when you envelop someone you love like a plague of locusts when every face at the movie theater is carved from wood and also on fire and someone tells you about the neo-Nazi rally a block from his sister’s bat mitzvah and you donate to build a house that is never built in a country that’s probably sick of your interventions and the telemarketer says you’ve won a cruise so you dictate your credit card and all the neighborhood pigeons carry knives in their beaks rifles nitrates acid rain the palm trees whisper who replaced all the grass with Venus flytraps the skull on your nightstand is yours but not yours but yours

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