Ask no body

Our old poems are intimations
Of mortality, of a flesh rotting,
Stagewise shows mimicing life.

Ask no body for whom it tolls
Wasting breath upon a poem.
Tolls are generic for all DNAs.

Intimations are mortal like us,
Our starred nights’ fallen dust
Settling down on an old earth.

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