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They disfigure their features
veil their faces with their hair
dress in black and attach leaves to their blouses
with library paste
They lie down on wide lawns and invite snails
to create families on their dry bosoms
Slime trails, teeth marks, landscapes
A slow meticulous struggle


© 2012, Mitch Grabois

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