Dalton Day

Take the Body Apart

Not as command
or plea

Lot of fog in the trees today
until I eat it up
How much wolf am I not

I stay awake
memorizing paw prints

& then I wake up
Happy to be here

I like your name
when I say it
I’ve never said a bird before

You said wind
& I didn’t run anywhere

Body & wind

& I didn’t run nowhere

I’m too possible to flood
You made that
You made loud of me

As question

How hard can it be
to eat water

Say that again I say I say

& mean it

Dalton Day is a Pushcart nominated poet & editor of FreezeRay Poetry. His work has been featured in PANK, Hobart, The Millions, & Jellyfish among others. He is the author of Supernova Factory as well as the forthcoming Fake Knife. He can be found at & on Twitter @lilghosthands. He’s absolutely terrified.

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