if only I was able [to save the sun, 53]
[i face the east and the wind’s in my mouth, 97]
the slowing ((speeding)) traffic light [disappearing, 147] beneath the horizon.
with the absence of alabaster.
[came night, 117]
[lets play a game, 127]
whispered words my [big blind ears, 107] did not hear
to my back two fingers [shaped like a gun, 128]
[a monster, 103]
as i wonder this wood at night.
i [stop to eat people, 7]
[isn’t it funny? 141]
i come across [lonely women, 115]
strange, desperate women.
women wasted. wasting away.
she’d sell anything she got her hands on.
[she’d sell dirt,
she’d sell your eyes friend in deep grief, 108]
he circles me.
there is nothing more appetizing then a wo[mans sweet breath, 104]
with a machete he [breaks my hand, 54] away from the bone
he raises my mangled mano to his lips and samples my flesh and sips crimson as it bursts from broken veins.
[you’re my type, you’re okay. 148]
i feel no pain aside from the [mosquitoes bite,147]ing my ankles.
eat what [i give to you, 137]
i clench my jaw tight.
would you prefer it better if i served you on platter
[and gave you lettuce,141]?
he forced open my mouth
like you would force [open a door, 145]
with a crow bar.
with nails like claws he pulls skin away from bone.
he shoves it into my mouth.
with hand crowning cranium and
another clutching my chin.
i manually chew.
under his control.
a self-consuming cannibal
[i don’t spit. 132]