Rain drops through the atrium under, kissing the lattice,
bursting bright white blooms shedding current and steam
wound through topiary, drifting,
held and hung in ribbons and sheets.
Sunrise over city of the suture
ketamine kaleidoscope carried on the wind
in waves, in streams,
face itches against kevlar scarves and lips
smack against re-breather filter.
Cold outside but it’s warm next-door
turbines humming like monks in a choir
in a mausoleum, purring, viscous,
cozy as a chemical fire.
How they’ll get him out, we haven’t the slightest
but **** is down between the roots
with the tools his brother left him after the rupture
and he says he’s fixing the trees again.
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