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Jan 2019
He, she, they,
Called out but once
Into red flowers, gravel paths, and steam,
then resurfaced somewhere in **
Without stepping on the sea

Lost, drinking in a bath of silence,
bleached under fingernails,
and left
The eye at the centre of the city,
where we all have names
but no address
Kenn Rushworth
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Kenn Rushworth  North
(North)   
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     FraisDeLaFerme, MayC and Elysia Veildorn
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