the font size scarcely readable because it was tiny, a font size=1. L'homme, coupait par un soleil cou coupé, flattened for an instant in the center of a ring, bodies turning bottle green, his boxing shorts were satin, and the sun was on the backs of the necks of bottles, and the sun felt luxurious and hopeless; surprised by the speed of people turning toward him, rotating as if on a rotisserie, homme, coupait par un soleil cou coupé flat for an illuminated sizzle

readable because it was tiny. L'homme was a cut-up, he had arranged the sun, but then it hit, subacute, headless; for an instant uncontrollable in the center of a ring of bottle green, all eyes upon him, his boxing shorts satin and the sun was on the back of everyone's neck; the bottle and the sun felt luxurious, and hopelessly surprised by the speed of flowers turning toward him, rotating as if on a rotisserie, his boxing shorts were satin and the sun was on his back rotated, flattened by the speed of beauty turning toward him, rotating as if

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the font size scarcely readable. L'homme, coupait par un soleil cou coupé, floored for an instant in the center of a ring of heads turning toward him, his boxing shorts satin and the sun on the back of his neck, the bottle and the sun felt luxurious and hopeless surprised by the speed of people turning toward him, rotating as if on a rotisserie, l'homme coupait par un soleil cou coupé, for an instant on the floor his green satin boxing shorts hit by the sun

the font size scarcely readable coupait par un soleil cou coupé, for an instant in the center of a ring of flowers turning satin and the sun was on the backs of divers, their plunge into the sea: luminous but hopeless, their surprise ameliorated by the speed of people turning toward him, rotating as if on a rotisserie, l' homme, coupait par green and the speed of luxury, his boxing shorts were satin and the sun was on all those diving into brown seas and rising with bottles full of messages, all about flowers falling and turning toward the sun,







Christy Sheffield Sanford, Copyright © 1997. ''Light and Dust Mobile Anthology of Poetry''