wearing this flesh

by jhon baker

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it always amazes
me
in conversations
when the perfect word
coalesces
into the
argument.
 I have to stop a
moment to collect
it back
and see
that maybe words
are a skin
we wear.
    That
wearing this flesh
has endowed me
a language.
 – Hoc Scripsi
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3 Comments to “wearing this flesh”

  1. Beautiful.

  2. Indeed our language is us..indeed..
    very well written.(i learned a new word-“coalesces”)

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