UNNATURAL SWEETS by Jay Mora-Shihadeh — MasticadoresUsa // Editora: Gabriela Marie Milton

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We wedge the moon into the night

reluctant to end the daylight

eager as fire lit on match sticks

we dampen the sun, petrol as it is

danger threatening the sky with bombs

of cloud-nines, bolts, thunder drums

the moon glares at us, laser pointed squarely

into third- eyes sleeping, neglect living like vermin on [ read more ]

UNNATURAL SWEETS by Jay Mora-Shihadeh — MasticadoresUsa // Editora: Gabriela Marie Milton

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