Wikipedia Poem, No. 128


up smoking mouths project Georgia 
where discreet means muttering a sense of 
release up screes from a touch-screen listing
hickory from a Germaic noun used in western 
French Canada Australia New York; cree 
as in “creening his eyes” perhaps recording 
and that of the flesh see creep (v.) flashing 
look up split-screen (adj.) look up cree 

in the unIndian world, cold-water (n.) "unsteady" 
back-formation from Proto-Germanic kreupan 
to crook up screeds here in England discreet
12th century past a creel and saw the rivercity streets 
generally "grass or drafts, especially grass” 
or Ojibwe otchewan; look, see

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