This poem is taken from Stand 222, 17(2) May - June 2019.

Mark Russell Five Poems
Men in Cars

About war, they say, there is nothing new to
disinter. It is as common to move earth with a
mechanical digger, as it is to feed wild boars with
the bodies of one’s enemies. It is the weather on
the Eastern Front, and by equal turns, the swelling
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