A Graverobber by Alexander Devon

like ancient stone ruins in the desert, the tattoos in my arm.
the gulag-thin spiders that shelter in its pistons.
my charm bracelet of my own old embalmed heads.

Alexander Devon
Alexander Devon is just starting out as a poet. He is studying genetics at the University of Leeds. A poem of his has been published in Riverbabble, and was highly commended by the Solstice Prize.

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