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I was light from the mouth from every part of me I was of the earth or a scar in the earth rent through the ruins of late civilization and bubbled from it and became a saint's reptilian spirit and I could taste the wheat and coal and gold like a trinity of bounty and I was vapor like a smog that becomes a wraith over the city then back to its animal form decompressed and atomized into its past life as star and I was that animal truth the spirit I had dreamt about being more cloud and star then given I was just the density of water a reciprocity in and out the fade of my fugitive substance going south and the yearn for decadence disappears in the annals yet leaves a taste in the mouth metallic and lime the sense of dissolution and I was speed and insistence to reset the orb of gravity I was risen from foam necessitated by colony sired in violence exported as luxury
"This poem is an excerpt of a long lyric poem inspired by Whitman, Neruda, spoken word, and the lyric range of Alice Notley. This particular excerpt considers how organisms and systems collide." —Carmen Giménez Smith
Carmen Giménez Smith is the author of Milk and Filth (University of Arizona Press, 2013), a finalist for the 2013 National Book Critics Circle Award in poetry. She teaches in the creative writing program at New Mexico State University while serving as the publisher of Noemi Press. Her poetry collection, Be Recorder, will be published by Graywolf Press in 2019.
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