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  • Will Guzman

Where Do We Go When We Fall Asleep?



Nitrogen

erupts

around dead leaves.

Dirt

exhumed

buzzes louder than the freeway.

Roots, rocks, leaves, and acorns –

woven tighter

than capillary beds.

The swing hangs

on green limbs

over a child’s grave.

The graveyard

is assaulted

by trees, grass, and squirrels.

“Formaldehyde is a

ubiquitous, naturally occurring substance produced by every liv-

ing organism.”

- The American Chemistry Council

Leaking fuel

from my car poisons

sacred soil.

Leaves

fall

in the cemetery

Let’s take a picnic! :D


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