Our home is burning. Moths and lilies are breaking the woodwork. They are fluttering closer to our fumbling feet. Your grandmother’s wallpaper has never looked so beautiful.
I used to spend my nights in the silence between the sofa cushions, Trying to organize the history of anarchism, Wondering why the persimmons had been bitter to us, And why you could not distinguish stones from bread.
On the day God decided to forsake virgins, I went off to the market, closing the door behind me softly. Our foundation disappeared behind me. Somewhere, I believe, you are still dancing.