We buried her today
In days that knot around and break
Above the holes inside our brains
That crumble just to save for breath
And if I held you deep inside
Some fingers ring that roll in time
And you realize that silence finds
The loudest noise the darkness hides

And all your breath is moving me
As beliefs rise and meet defeat
Smiling upon where mother sleeps
With little fingers around your teeth
And when you're breathing into me
You wrap my feet around your sea
That moves unclean and goes to each
Corner of some skull along some beach

I need your voice in doses now
Peels of flesh and snowing down
To keep this head from going out
Around in light distorts the ground

And purity just rings alone
And it needs you when your eyes just grow
Along my features hoping so
For scents to hold you in their close
And the whole world it waits to steer
For spit inside our angry ears
And strangers now just disappear
Beside the bathroom stalls exploding near



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