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If the cold wind howled more loudly
in the desert passages inhabited by fluorescence
Perhaps some other odd idea
inhabits the furry unreserved comments that lie across the freeway

I dare not stroll, lost as desired
because the creaking sounds of the river below cover my tracks
Glancing at the desolate city
I peer down into exposed concrete standing on carpeted trails

“Warmth begs for company”
reads a for-sale sign
This is the home of bitter brilliance and speckles of marvel
tucked away

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