The Shape of God

I hold on to the shape of a star
the way my aunts hold on to Jesus’s gown,
his whiteness they have never trusted on anyone else.

I keep a star’s shine in my eyes behind the red they get after gin.
I stand under its shape,

I see like a bat how the dead must see the living.
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