Hominid - Poem by Patti Masterman
Hominid: all tooth and bone,
Eyes and claws, and raptor-gaze
Nimbly, as the vociferous brain
Strains the nomenclature'd day.
We suck the smoke in, never blinking,
Eyes not leaving the quarry's face;
For we are bloodlust, as defined-
While the irrelevant, we raze.
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