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Internal Flora

Gabriel, 
blow your trumpet in my ear
so I may hear
the rise of lilies
Marching down my throat 

Naked ladies and daffodils
King proteas and petunias
Spinach, celery and rocket

For the venus fly-trap has lost her teeth
in semi-nation feasting --

My gut is a gaza-strip:
holier than seven maries
times eleven matzot, squared

Who would raise the dandelion and the khaki-bos, 
Who would shield the cornflower and the joseph's coat 
in semi-nation trepidation

My gut is a gaza-strip
My nerves: a dead sea . . .

But Gabriel,
blow your trumpet in my ear again
so I can see
the significance of shattering


14 August, 2014

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  1. Date: 11/28/2014 12:35:00 PM

    Fantastic!

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