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Dysphoria, and: Testosterone

Dysphoria, and: Testosterone 80 Got bored with nibbling away At the insides of his body And, today, decided To swallow Herman Finley Whole. Tell them they must Chop and torch each piano Before helping me bolt the doors Of all the Baptist Churches From Shreveport to Monroe. I don't want a single hum. We will not worship Save for silence. Watch The birds shit in peace. When the choir director's arms Fall, the choir must not sing. S. Isabel Burgess Dysphoria From the Greek ``hard to bear,'' a state of morbid restlessness, uneasiness, want of feeling of well-being. Hence sex dysphoria, discomfort in one's physical sex. It sounds like it should be a sort of flower or a vase, as in amphora, the curve of female hips. Dysphoria, as in florid, as in a boy, thirteen, sinking into sluggish bloom. His thighs tug and sway, heavy-brained hydrangea. His throat is stopped with clotted petals. On his hard chest, breasts bud and cluster, wisteria. Ovaries lodge 81 in his gut, nodular moons, flood his blood. His flesh swells tidal, displaced. Locked in his body, brute vessel, he learns self is incidental. Dysphoria, discord, dislocate, the flesh a flowering cage. Testosterone Overrun by http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Prairie Schooner University of Nebraska Press

Dysphoria, and: Testosterone

Prairie Schooner , Volume 82 (1) – May 11, 2008

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80 Got bored with nibbling away At the insides of his body And, today, decided To swallow Herman Finley Whole. Tell them they must Chop and torch each piano Before helping me bolt the doors Of all the Baptist Churches From Shreveport to Monroe. I don't want a single hum. We will not worship Save for silence. Watch The birds shit in peace. When the choir director's arms Fall, the choir must not sing. S. Isabel Burgess Dysphoria From the Greek ``hard to bear,'' a state of morbid restlessness, uneasiness, want of feeling of well-being. Hence sex dysphoria, discomfort in one's physical sex. It sounds like it should be a sort of flower or a vase, as in amphora, the curve of female hips. Dysphoria, as in florid, as in a boy, thirteen, sinking into sluggish bloom. His thighs tug and sway, heavy-brained hydrangea. His throat is stopped with clotted petals. On his hard chest, breasts bud and cluster, wisteria. Ovaries lodge 81 in his gut, nodular moons, flood his blood. His flesh swells tidal, displaced. Locked in his body, brute vessel, he learns self is incidental. Dysphoria, discord, dislocate, the flesh a flowering cage. Testosterone Overrun by

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Prairie SchoonerUniversity of Nebraska Press

Published: May 11, 2008

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