May/June 2016 • Vol. XXXVIII No. 3 Nature's NatureMay 1, 2016 |

[The Afterlife]

Beneath the surface in a stew The exact size of the continent is a mother of debate. Six times the amount of plankton. Doesn't biodegrade, it just breaks into smaller and smaller pieces of fish. Bird thinks it's a fish. I'm reading the news even in my sleep. Like a rain of. Entering the food chain. Like Pepsi once upon a time, Bic Lighter, Igloo, almost like language and not the gregarious The colors bright and consumable People crossing, I thought. Seven times the amount. I'm reading in the news even my own sleep. The information breaking Into smaller and smaller pieces of fish. How much for The International Motel A hundred times the amount of Plankton, mother. Widely known. Widely weathered When I entered the room it was like 64% of all fish off the coast of but for some reason I got out And then the white car caught on fire.

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Beneath the surface in a stew The exact size of the continent is a mother of debate. Six times the amount of plankton. Doesn't biodegrade, it just breaks into smaller […]

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