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This poem is taken from PN Review 259, Volume 47 Number 5, May - June 2021.

Blood Words As Niners
(after Allen Fisher)
Mendoza and Nat Raha
             1.   [Old] Camberwell Cemetery
                   Train to West Dulwich.    Schoolchildren wait
                   for P13. Underhill. Langton
Rise. 4.10pm arrive at scene:
                            we are in the middle of nowhere
                            worse – we are in suburbia.              Why
                       are psychogeographers obsessed
                   with churches? Landmarks, liminal space,
                   laylines. Walk around cemetery

                   locate the remains of two churches.
Fearing it vanished completely we
found it rebuilt inside the entrance
on the Forest Hill Rd; a private.
domestic. dwelling.                     5.  Tooting Bec
                                                         grudging hospital 155 up
                                                         Upper Tooting Rd. Locate entrance,

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