Janet Willemien Mulligan
Animal Medicine - Poem by Janet Willemien Mulligan
It sheds a tear from my eye
And causes the pain of wanting to die.
Because there I can know why
Revenge is not sweet enough to let me cry.
All I want now
Is to be allowed
To see the tiny intricacies
Revolving in our world of probabilities.
Then I can maybe use statistics
To hide behind this karmic fruition
I would be the first name on the list to petition
All uses of forms by Coyote, a rabbit’s magician.
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