Demontray Lockhart, 7/12


Everything is in mere relation

As borders cross into a new territory

And cultures are mixed with assimilation.

We are still connected to the same story.


Our deixis are referential to our host.

Both temporal and spatial relations emerge

Connecting parasites at every interval, place, and post,

Where indigenous, foreigners, and aliens merge.


No dichotomy or war could alienate us

Since our allegiance dates us to primitive

Thanksgiving – that has outlived Jesus

And crossed out Indians to be nominative.


We hold these truths self-evident in remembrance

Of our constitution and our four father’s clairvoyance.

Promote. Poetry.
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