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Wikipedia Poem, No. 214


“synonymous sounds / homonymous sounds / homographics / homoclastics / homolaters / homophages / homophiles / homophobes / homophones / homophones / homophones” Ghérasim Luca


where does the builder learn of bombs
answer he spies his mooring
read in the dark

he learns of bombing
obliged to sloe surrender

he learns to build bombs
when blackthorn pause

inflicts upon the others born
the historian wrote familiarize the world
obliged the reader surrenders by dark

he learns to bomb
in pitch what once was rote

by grudgelight by savage thorn
builders prick in darkness bombs



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