The car arrives at Point One.
The other car makes its presence kin
to the car in opposition.
This is not mere car at Point Two,
but rather car between
Point Two and Three –
(the car at) Point Two and Seven Eights.
The car in opposition dear Titus,
the emperor is in danger.
If he makes a move right now,
then he is in Concourse,
… like checkmate.
Look at the men on top of the building.
They lay with rifles and binoculars.
the Dispatched Guardians of Hegemony.
Always white, or at least in the appearance
of proper white males.
Yes, tightly cut hair, tight shirts, watches,
sunglasses, body spray.
Yes, always males.
They checkmate us, checkmate us.
Checkmate our freedom.
The Dispatched Guardians of Hegemony.
You allow them.
– Poetry by W.T. tuqMairtin
Antipoémus (poetry book)