nitrogen cycle by adam moorad

the cells in my body fossilize lethargically

i eat a gray cow from a cardboard box

outside i nurse mosquitoes in silence

pelvis hinged i defy laws of anatomy

chew toothpicks all night and wait for day

jet cloud archipelagos float around my head

i lay awake on my stomach on a wet sheet

my christmas decorations hang year-round

i prod my breasts and testicles for lumps

wires spider out my eyes and out my windows
Adam Moorad wanders. Maybe he is lost. He inhabits the grey area between Brooklyn and whatever plane or train or mountaintop he is standing on – probably right now. That statement and others like it will become more ambiguous by clicking on the following: