s (ii)

your nose in fallen treeline
where the clay is spongey  ageing
bark. the hurt  shotgun
eggshell in your mouth as i
crawled from shade

i followed ridged deer trails
to stingy undergrowth where
following  is trampl
ing

.no

you stepped away a
hawkmoth on deadnettle
feet. earwig later. a sinkhole
a  badger set

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