In the Fold
The walls are four-square grange-hall
brown. We sit in folding chairs engineered
to hold a body in place. We sit here
like the law of possession.
Could I wither into a seed so small
I’d not be seen? Could I find a plot of soil
where I might grow?
Copyright © Taylor Graham | Year Posted 2009
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