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14 Jan 2010

what is raki without
rhyme what is the Ouzo
effect what is lion’s
milk what are
bluejays without
Hermes and tele-
phones and and
bulls and blue
brains and fools and
belated classics nibbling
at the gutted backslap
of plasticity of outter
space the people
are still moving
unassailed and they
are free in their pussies
and crocks free to love
in this red clay of Ankara


amydeath said…
This is great!
postpran said…
thanks Amy :-) :-)

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