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Epicurean dreams of anorexia

Moek 



Thru my qualms of absurd clamouring,
thru the hypostases pythagorean stairwell;
of an MC Escher abandoned architecture in Thais
I wandered aimlessly
seeking to find
aponia
but thru baccahanal meanderings of anathema
fell leeways
to
ataraxia.

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Inspired by In Thais by Anatole France

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Submitted by awarlock00 on September 26, 2021

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