Mid Winter

The snow weeps powder/it concerns valves and tissue/ in salutes to inner safety./Where muscle says:/ I’m sorry I’m gone./ Positively deserted by her spies/ she is exiled on her backside./She mourns with doves/ in rows of odd numbers. They left cold narrow feathers,/ gifts of a burning victim,/shown to another/ who rests in a furnace./A room of flywheels and boilers,/ where you could roam/threaded by passion eyes /in games of entrapment./She went further,/ she wrote her own anthem, /in cahoots with Venus/ she fell damned to many wives. /The griffins covered with graffiti/are not sure they’re scared/of anything in particular.

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