«Oberon Ale»

a dare to shotgun 

without wedding, slithering 

sand snakes ‘tween twilight’s 

horizons–orange orbs and rays 

silent swaths of lips we’ve craved

caliche fields lives upon the prehistoric ruins of the permian basin; an ma candidate specializing in the poetry of sor juana inés de la cruz. they’re rooted in interdisciplinary natures and their work dwells within the kitchen, it’s sciences and philosophies.

Categories: Poetry

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