#Poem From Heartwood Well

Five hundred million years –
this earth-core clusters inwards
sucks me into a salty delirium

Continents shift, craze and fracture
Magma bursts through crust
An underground tideway
wrenches tombs into fragments
like glass down abdomen way

The place-names on this coastline
match the street-names near your house
I need mish-mash, druggish thoughts
endorsement, sub-frontal proof
My own instincts are surrendered

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