Taxidermied Fawn.

Author:Cole, Henri
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FOUR POEMS - Poem - Brief article

 
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Taxidermied Fawn When a soft projectile hits a fixed obstacle, soft comes out of it badly. Over there, in the bedroom, that's a fawn. Salt, blood, & saliva are gone now. Sleep and death have transported the lithe body, folded legs, and tiny bumps on the head. A minor smear on the white spots is the only evidence of a violent passage from bridal innocence to the whiteness of death, which is the absence...

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