I’m sitting up late in May in Arkansas.
A spider prowls the floor.
I’m closing in on what I’m hunting for,
a phrase as sweet as music, hard as law.
The spider hunts in my synthetic day.
His shadow jigs three times his size,
confusion of blotted W’s.
I cannot think of what I meant to say.
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