Flux

Running with Aakriti Kuntal

Writings of Aakriti Kuntal

Flap, shut, run, scram
Back, one-two, 60 degrees, 39 degrees
Flat and spinning verticals  You and I, back and forth Looks at the walls squished, a spoonful of muscles, a spoonful of light, a spoonful of colors, dust, flesh and life How quickly we exchanged Matter over life, matter over death I ran into you, licked your apricot face, rolled and flicked my tongue, yours ears appeasing my entangled intestines I ran so fast, block into block into black across and around, tripping over streams of light And now my mouth is a destiny as are these arms that swallow walls and twist them pour them in vases, milk and flowers Filters and memories We ran Into and away Into and away Knowledge is in a decay between skins that slide Knowledge is in a decay between skins that stick and eat I consumed your refracted skin and left my…

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