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Fragment

Matthew Sean Markonis 1984 (Santa Barbara)



I live in a world of mildness.
The wind evokes nothing, crossed-out as it dies down in ink.
Evocations of the nothing wind.
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Submitted by msmarkonis on January 30, 2022

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