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This began with some words from a poetry game online. I always get fed up with the limitations of that kind of exercise, so I take the "good parts" and then run with my own ideas.
by Megan Elaine Davis
Copyright 12 October 2005
Cy, but only here.
Sit above black language
shake the iron gift of chain
pleased to chant your need.
Leave behind all meat of vision
rust and rock will boil away.
Bones will always break beneath you
under shale and pumice floor
where the dragon sleeps in lava
curled upon a fossil bed
wrapped in the particles of sin.
Take alive a part of always,
the world will never flood again.
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