Hollow men

We use cows’ hollow stomachs
To turn milk for cherub babies
Of whom we are hollow men
Duly burped of airy hollows.

We stand in mountains bowl
Crying our names to their walls.
They return as hollow sounds
To our empty pockets of rain.

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