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Katerina Val


in the box
it curves us

disseminates envy

in our food
it eats us

in our pockets
that it fills us

behind our moves
that moves us

in the way that we laugh
it consumes us

in the way that we stare
it reveals us

in our thoughts
it consoles us

in our hunger
that sates our minds

Deleterious saturation


Ludicrous repletion

when we are thirsty
it chokes us


the most miserable sarcasm
as we strive to not suffocate

when we give up
it defines us

in the way we are
so we are not.

Submitted: Wednesday, March 07, 2012
Edited: Wednesday, March 07, 2012
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