A Poem Inspired on the Film: Out of the Fire: Into the Furnace and Beyond.
From a City Slicking Canadian in Glasgow.
Sleepy mill fire vacant town,
Hollow tired expressionless facial contortions pierce the furnace's funeral pyre inner death final synapse toll of final white tumour eye blind roll battle flag dread ship naught back into a lingering quagmire of apathy's regret million word marsh sketch of fallen amputated phantom lives on foreign mine stolen burnt oil surface surface of the tide stealing sandcastle earth via an ocean never ending trench deep operation removed appendix of oblique field of crosses never witnessed life beyond a single apparatus parent still in silent reflection born nine months into the war; Synonym for progress.
Clause hosted blank ledger statement of lost retribution rabbit down a six foot stomach plunge whole Buddha's pregnant swollen doublethink paradox loss is swallowed by profit's every life by a chosen algorithm's profitable ancient sun: Manifest grotesque destiny of America's everywhere dream, Idolized by anorexic Arabian to amputee string marionette Syrian faithless Greek debt stolen future children at ease protesting in central everything square.
In earnest anticipation of,