Our book

At the night’s end is our own book,
A certain recorded history in pages
That lie buried in collected memory.

Memory is our little wiggling thing
A rogue tongue wagging little hope,
And rasping sarcasm where it curls.

Our book is not in papyrus of river
But an electric thought’s screaming,
Flowing relentlessly to grand irony.

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