The Post Word World

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Twenty Seven

{these days we’re trading our zen
for vouchers on air Maroc}

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Thirty Four

{pack animals worry together
without regard for the abstract thinking
progress of the pixelated realm,
where every dot is a daydream}

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Fifty One

{here in the supramundane
we finesse the haunting tense
for abstract ruminations of
the post-word world}

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Sixty Five

{grammar will help our existential
advancement like we’ll be able to
stuff Orion in the furnace room}

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Dan Hedges currently works as an educational consultant for a public school board near Montreal, Quebec. He is the editor of HUMANIMALZ Literary Journal. His writing appears in The Monarch Review, The Apeiron Review, and more than ninety others. His writing spins on an axis of neo-shamanic, ornithological, time-space, and existential conceits. He is intrigued by an artistic paradigm that attempts to reconcile new world language with the ‘shared’ spiritscapes that interchange between animals and humanimals.

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