forgetting as commodity

grandma disembodies her youth as if famine isn’t a weapon of war once she was pregnant for the fourteenth time but her husband doesn’t know my mother’s name from Vietnam’s humidity to knowing snow in her bones Oklahoma she said …

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neurosity LXXX

madness in all shapes of lavender an army of opportunistic pathogens, recruiting bacteria, burgeoning in the nook of a pale ear, your latest abscess, about the size of an olive pit. the self portrait of your sister haunts you at …

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