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A Deconstruction

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A Deconstruction

A Deconstruction

I speak of nothing but 
destruction
Buttered prose; a mere 
distraction
Recited when the flux lines 
froze

Resolved, I became a fraction
Convergent series; no inflection
Crossed divisors as I pleased

I would grasp imagination
With fingertips; resignation
Not once would cross my mind

Was each word a permutation?
Mere chance; a fluctuation
In the cosmos more than once

Like signs they go in one 
direction
Number lines; clear infractions
They will reach and go no more

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