The Dead Dream

My dead hang under a bridge

in New Mexico. Jaw-bones

strangle daisies, praying

my wild dreams only

of their wild. I’m crazy,

no one passes through

their bodies, silent.

I don’t want my jaw-bone

in New Mexico. No,

my dead say, Then why

are you bleeding?

Come—you want to

die–donde, donde?

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