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behold: invisible

In the crosswalk,
a schopenhauer
that died.

It swims the air
and grass

between mothers
and their hot dogs.

Schopenhauer
on a train to Kyoto.

Schopenhauer's fingers
through a can of tomatoes.

Schopenhauer
howling and
rolling down a stair.

Always
japan–ghosts
find themselves

in the ocean
because that's where
their lanterns take them.

Schopenhauer has
no lantern

and he sees his mother 
in a cloud, so

he flails upward
until he is a cloud
also.
Posted 05/07/13
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