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   Volume VIII, Issue II

..:: POETRY ::..


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Poetry


Asemic colon
Mark Young

 

The latest stand-alone
software shows clearly
the intricate designs
of invisible or 'occult'

bleeding; but, by itself,
provides sparse & in-
accurate data about
the internal state of the

patient when accessed.
Additional, traditional
medical techniques are
still required. Upholding

Frantz Fanon's dictum,
that colonoscopy doesn't
end with the coming
of independent apps.

 

 

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