Jesus prefers fish to serpent,
the delicacy and danger of parting
marzipan meat from rested white
Mothers make the world a home
between the ruffles of an apron,
backbended reflection in glass jars, the bare
love of it.
James, a disciple like any other,
baptizes an infant over the pouted lip of a bridge.
Makes his world full of fish.
What does Christ say about rhaeakunda dirt?