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Poetry: Body and Land 

back highway unpaved
pitch-black
mountain back


through the chasm down
creek bed
a slant 70º

falling rock
black-brown hair
straight down her back
pretty is as pretty does


lover horror


we ventured to the cave the moon shone the cave paintings glistened lightning brilliance

then


precipitation begins
back down
washboard drive

dust rises

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