Roger elkin


Slugs

dogged his entire life.

In the greenhouse, those thin pink
erasers that slid beneath box and brick,
rubbed out his life-blood, plant-love.
Slim fingers ungloved, gliding through dark.
Wet nightmares. Shrinking old men
spilling semen. Fixed to his thumb
pilled like chewing-gum; had to scrub

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