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Their bulbous eyes shun my shape below, focus only on their own faceted wings, swarm’s burrow in tree top, Spanish moss. Let them, in their fixation, make one song from a thousand bodies. Let them deny my aorta’s own thrum, show me the beauty of being nothing, plague’s gift under August sun.
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