we saw each other

i thought i saw a white hat

passing by my house.


it was just the tip of a

flag; it was just used as a


weapon of war.

to be a cone in


training, to be washed

up on the shore so far


from your mother drum—

from where you also came


from: you can’t hear your

heart beat any more.


you think others are erasing

you, but you are erasing


your self—strike by strike,

gun by gun.


we all came

from a woman;


we all lay helpless

at the tit and grew.


we used to be



now we beg, borrow,

steal, kill—


in the name

of history.


our birth is our

birth-right: a gestalt


of will. we were all

there at the beginning.


we saw each other

across the


great expanse

and knew.




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