Bodystacks

Laid out on infinite tables
ad nauseum nuts in
some
and blueberries or chocolate tell
your genomes how to organize
the batter from
some
cosmic mixing bowl.

If the tiger and the lamb
were stacked side by side
some
would point to the 6th
and 7th cake (both
buckwheat with fruit) as
some
chef’s proof of part.

My breakfast felt so
special on my plate before
some
asshole opened IHOP.

Dylan Jones is a writer living in Minneapolis, Minnesota. She enjoys writing about the cosmic and the crass. Her work can be found, or is forthcoming, in Flash Fiction Magazine, Maudlin House, and Riggwelter. Her website: https://dylanjonesmn.wordpress.com.

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