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The Wire | Witch Hunt



From Juliet Escoria's poetry colleciton, Witch Hunt (Lazy Fascist Press):

Sometimes when I think about myself, I see my body on the beach. Except there is no water. So I guess it’s actually a desert. I see my body in the desert, splayed across the sand and the sun is very bright. It is hot. It is so hot that my skin gets soft, a little softer, and then it begins to melt. My nose flops over first, and then my thighs go, and my breasts are dripping down in rivulets, across my ribcage, trickling down my armpits. My organs sludge out too, staining the sand wet, and then all that’s left are my bones. I am very skinny.

Posted by Brett Gregory on 04 July, 2017 Juliet Escoria, The Wire, Witch Hunt | 0 comments
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