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Untitled 8

Naked, soul served out
on the Ax murder’s lawn
pulsating in death’s hesitation.

Cracked at the crevasses
visions of red
engulf the air
waiting, waiting
waiting for a rush of purple
grey madness to terminate 
the perplexing edge of time. 

I am at my soul’s wits end
hoping to grasp a very 
smooth corner of the next ride
that passes hastily by me. 

Surrender, surrender
surrender to the pensiveness
of the wait.
Surrender . . . the dirt wind shiver
to me 
surrender.  

I shake
wait
afraid
wait. 

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