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From Nerve Fibre (South Korea 2005)

Itaewon

searching for nan and Russians
pot-bellied smart and tart
Zen Blud lust dhar ma top-
ped rice cake orange fish eggs
& salmon slices oh boy

as regards this meathole
tonked up testy & smiling

mind finds a home on the ground
a beard between me & my mouth

cramping at the knee

swamp grass
yogi-YO!

the allegory breaks
in the mouth

the old wood
sticks out
from the newer
handle

the neighbouring dust
will have its way

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