hang out the ferrous wire
unhinge the mother
and leave for electric light
a candle to goad the meat
innards of a weary womb
the loss keeps bleeding
the milk runs warm and mild upon the pavement
and I can see the light
a pinprick gleaming in all that you recognize
where consciousness resigns
a man is draped across a balustrade of spine
he walks his fingers around your collar so maligned
he takes no prisoners that can hardly contain
his self-devotion as his sorrow starts to fade away

a glee man sneers at us
his voice confession
in stalls that you emphasize
are holy latrines
and I can see the light
a pinpoint fleeting
from all the reasons why you pass out needing
a man is saved
a man is made to walk the line
between the fore and aft
that spans the length of time
he was a singer but could hardly entertain
his mixed emotion was his solemn saving grace

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