Ami J. Sanghvi | SOFT-SKIN DARLINGS OF THE TUNDRA (1)

SOFT-SKIN DARLINGS OF THE TUNDRA (1) a when is [human] only when still/“alive” to the naked eye. Our menace’s specter-rose rise-rises poetic, enveloped by sweet- tooth/teethed fiends of possibility, non-noxious toxicity. Sure, writing about others—those choking, loathing others—is a somewhat ongoing train of deep-seethed/seep-seethed strain or straining. Inertia nursed needless is still no reason to…

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