algebra poem

outside, rocks sling themselves against the window;
a siren calls, and somewhere in this building
there’s the faint nasal grunt of an alarm–
but here in this empty classroom
under the thunder,
i am immeasurably calm, gripping my camera
imagining lange,
channeling a baby bukowski in this algebraic stormwomb;
i am happy.

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