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Nov 2018
your mother's ****
was a sea of salt water
life began from it
with flesh and cells
floating in peace
don't you remember?
you shouted hunger
she heard on her belly
you swam inside her
you were her child
and how dare you
to spill oil and trash
to pollute her
don't you know?
your whole body
is a fruit of her flesh
and her cells
still stream
on your veins
Dave Legalisa
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Dave Legalisa  20/Genderqueer/Philippines
(20/Genderqueer/Philippines)   
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