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Carbon Choking
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  Uninhibited violence. The disappearing 
she-factor in stem cells at sunset point, 
which could not collect the evidence. How 
the tomb-sweeping stopped and 
candles blown out? This time 
the thorns were bleeding, flesh was again 
gone out of sight, and the dark silence 
ejected from teeth, was mugged by words. Your 
kiss arrives in vain, the night was without 
a moon. Asleep, a seed sprouts howling 
at the crossroads ready to invite the bottom 
of abyss at the child’s rape. Come and 
see the birthmark on forehead, the map 
of his country reddening and oozing. 
I am on the run now to graft the 
skin on unhealing wounds, unanswerable.
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March 24, 2011
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