Where We'd Rather.
The dependent surrounds itself with surrounded friction with presence and hides behind the want The little things consume the electric and ignore the natural. It doesn't look like a mystery Every story can get us where we'd rather not Hand the must-ing over. Halve the implications, so the impossible is split and spilt. Leave it. Who cares about the doing? Does it do. Does it do. Does it do? Doing makes the world go round! The goal here is not to ... no, no there is no goal. "This is both strange and provocative, and you've been here 592 times," it said.
Note: "Where We'd Rather Not" has lines/phrases appropriated from a New York Times article from this year called "Machines of Laughter and Forgetting" by Evgeny Morozov, from March 30, 2013.
LEAH UMANSKY's book of poems, Domestic Uncertainties, is out now from Blazevox. Her poems are forthcoming in Poetry magazine and THRUSH Poetry Journal. Read more at http://iammyownheroine.com