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Poem by Wetdryvac

Number 71 March 19, 2013 By Wetdryvac when I found the body, it didn’t talk back no utterance, just black ink, “slumber,” and a number tucked in under the shoulder, bent across the track like there were becoming here, some … Continue reading

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Poem By Wetdryvac

Naming the Entity – Elegy for Emily Dickinson By Wetdryvac we’re pretty sure the correct name has been assigned that one quick cut between library stacks of footage caught her tired-dried face caught the quarter second between deadman’s release, stored … Continue reading

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Poem by Wetdryvac

Rain By Wetdryvac human – ryyf – human the sound of the rain is kiln hiss, then susser, steam’s antique crisp breathing drip, dropping apprehension, cluck-ticking monsoon shaped trees’ altitude, clouding each skin’s glaze draggin’ comb rigid, column click-precision naked … Continue reading

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