“Human Technology” by Nomi Stone (poetry ’17)

“Human Technology” by Nomi Stone (poetry ’17), published by Poetry Daily.

Human Technology

Sunlit and dangerous, this country road.
We are follicle and meat and terror and

the machines leave their shells naked on the ground.
One soldier makes a museum in his basement.

Each mannequin in brass, incombustible coats:
I am walking between their blank faces,

their bullets traveling at the speed of sound.

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