A Clinical Examination Into the Failed Biology of Our Individual Well-Beings — a poem

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…and the suppuration that —
in the name of growth consistency
is forced upon us — transudes
the membrane we effectuate;
an insubstantial wall between cells.

That one in which we labor.
The adjacent, in which reality resides.

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