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Terracotta by James Mirarchi

James Mirarchi grew up in Queens, New York. In addition to his poetry collections, Venison and Dervish, he has written and directed short films, which have played at festivals. His poems have appeared in Crack the Spine Literary Magazine, Poydras Review, gobbet, Boyslut, Bluepepper, The Mind[less] Muse, Dead Snakes, The Recusant, Subliminal Interiors Magazine, Bad Robot Poetry, and Clockwise Cat. See more here

TERRACOTTA

 

Swaggering symbol

Opaque

Musky mathematical problem

written in garish arabesques

Seductive but maddening

 

It becomes accessible

during romantic dinner

its lines drenched in

question mark-candlelight

and theorem-kisses

 

Under penciled chandelier

geometry professor

(sexed-up with ideas)

courts it

Molding it

with eraser palms

into docile clay equation

agreeable for cerebral fucking

 

James Mirarchi

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