Smash unconscious bias now! Old
things like this fall to us to end
by selective edits of our works
and days. Prune and sculpt our canon
thus to take subtle exclusion
and make it brash for a moment
before using the breeze disperse
to end the dandelion.
Hannah said we should simply think
what we are doing. This is hard
perhaps too hard to succeed at
day after day the fog rolls in
over the ramshackle cobbles.
Let’s try to take pains of process
of pen and paper and avoid
tall and still oxbow lakes where life
can find its niche, but is dull to
all except the historical
swimmer, caressed by quiet plants.
I agree with Hannah. I know
difficulties in life which my
skin has allowed me to avoid.
But I am not my skin. I can
do without it, like a soft veil