pack your porch we're going to the Andes for a cup of thistle tea we will be elderly again a little while a little worse for wear performed by ear for fear of falling off the page versus or-castration semination choreo-graffiti linea along the rough plane of a hurting game untamed by habit and by force of leering anchors in the pillar posts with print on them
the city washed by light held fall leaves on trees I saw no yellow and no maple and no crisp brown I saw summer down in baked blue light I walked all afternoon toward the mid of night the city had a rapture in its open cloth held sway there was a mid-line to our day
We bumped into each other on the small dark trail I always took when I was tired of mankind. 'Pardon me son,' the frail man whispered like leaves rustling. 'It's ok the way here is narrow,' I replied impatient to move along. He hesitated. 'Please spare a moment son?' he begged. I sighed and stopped. We faced each other on the small trail suspended for seconds in the same time and space. 'Thank you,' we said at the same time after a moment. Then we left on our opposite sides of time.
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