Money, lawns. Against the least I swerve.

I have weathered this strictness

crying of past regrets–so many!

Little of what we knew remained.

But the siege still yawns along fields. Night

whoops as if speech abandoned

its disguises. And had I not crossed the bridge


Chords bound the hands. Still glazed, we’re

never up to will ourselves astray.

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