The Fruit - Poem by Brian Taylor
THE FRUIT is in the stone
group to fill already forming shells
to keep out out.
This is where lion lies down with lamb:
in dried skin
particles on particles the same,
in the bone clutch of the brain,
groupings, twitchings, pullings, tame.
Slippings and slidings on a wet palette.
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