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Death Has a Distinct Face That Never Lets Me Forget Proximity
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Death Has a Distinct Face That Never Lets Me Forget Proximity

I can test the qualityof a morgue by listening to its flytraps

I can detach and pick the sedimentlodged                   in orbital bones

              Tar           the great congealer              Still         such delicate hands

I can dismiss trifling shitlike,       At least he went peacefully

I was happy you went in a blast                you were just       that kind of guyOf course I threw upfor the next three weeks so my hypothesis

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Jeanine Deibel

Jeanine Deibel’s poetry has been published or is forthcoming in > Kill Author, Whiskey Island, and A cappella Zoo among others. She is the author of the chapbook, IN THE GRAVE (Birds of Lace Press, 2013). Her second chapbook, Spyre, is forthcoming on Dancing Girl Press in Winter 2014. jeaninedeibel.weebly.com

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