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Hayden Corpses Room Box
by Marvin Eli Kirsh

Thursday, May 26, 2005
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Is It All A'Round or A'Square...?
"You wait here and I'll take him around the corner and then he'll wait here and I'll take you.....

Uncor Aneemic on 'is
prostute seeing
'ad a slang for saying
anoted letters or written tongue
a better ordered word
he or any
'ad ever awrote a being

aghast ghosted discourse
of fluttered deeply pronounced
and worded kind intercourses
for the student of his classses
on seeing

An optic focus
and a disopic lesson his teacher 'ad and pronouced a new alphabetic gamble for his meetings and ways to paint his figures
on living
and all the re-reflected rebounded light-in 'is eyes
relative
to his anewed viewing

Turned down 'is lamp one
alighten nite
loaded 'is drawers
locked 'is desk
and walked
a detoured leaded
'an slowly waged
self designed pantalooned dress
he 'ad made 'im self
for a mirror his past and
newly sought amours
An took his spaces touring


A map 'as too planes
a light 'as three ways
an 'is feet 'ad hardly
five slowly towed meters an hours gate
for the road he 'ad named
instead a traced path
'as 'is mate

'an he carried on a day a anight
a speak no tongue
as usless as a
biil he could issue himself
'an still really 'ad no date
for meeting no one yet
as he trucked along on his mate

"Sure" he said
"is a long way one side of my room to the door"
he 'ad hardly ventured
'an less though he 'ad read of any existing
planned and arranged meeting place
outside of any intercourse
he 'ad futlity resiged himself to
in laid mental theory as the purpose
of existing:
If the heats too much
in the living
room produce and reproduce
your own unread leaning
for your own teaching

A man of action
who only actions
was words
for the road has no room in its lengths
and tapered
at the corners wherein
a dark only was a round
beyond the view for 'is seeing

'an what else was there but 'is room
and a'round corners?
'an took to the road
improve
his seeing eyes
reflect on his being....
to be meeting
only a corner and a paid date...
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for all mine seeing eyes

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