Huntington is too far from town.

Daddy got a light on the car and he traveled down from his apartment

where he lives like a single man in the throes of his own throat cancer.

And that holy dome overshadowed his own.



Addison Road is reached by underground.

Brother got a job down in Aceh Province, down in the capital town playing gamelan, making out with the bells and the dancers.



In my shed I keep a dozen or so vials of lead.

And in the phosphorus glow I light your bed.

The plastics I make all day long melt our arms together.



In my shed I keep a thousand or so wires and threats.

And lord, I tangle them so!

Together.


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