the modern life

To Friedrich Engels with love
morbid intentions of Capital
under the floss mill
labourer’s drugs and diversions
no warping smiles on wristwatch faces
child fitted under moving gears, from the stables
physiology grafted by cigar yellow breath
experiments, expansions, slave and usury

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