Drowning in a Small Bowl

I play too much
in this ruin. Wing-

dings over profits,
always, despite ancient

language bleating over
the human market.

For what it is worth,
self-worth is not defined

by worth. The milk
is not transferable

to white. When
projecting nonsense,

be sure to include
my name in the credits.

James Croal Jackson (he/him) is a Filipino-American poet who works in film production. He has two chapbooks, Our Past Leaves (Kelsay Books, 2021) and The Frayed Edge of Memory (Writing Knights Press, 2017). He edits The Mantle Poetry from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. His website: https://jamescroaljackson.com.

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