they limp out their caves
hungry lions

waltzing, like romance
but the passion reigns
on watery brains
breathing loud and heavy
the air throbs
with breaking windows
knocking over all the chairs
'break it, all of it, please'

trapped in incompetent skins
they spiral down different dead streets
and i'm left with a husk
a house with no windows

Husk (?), n. [Prob. for hulsk, and from the same root as hull a husk. See Hull a husk.]


The external covering or envelope of certain fruits or seeds; glume; hull; rind; in the United States, especially applied to the covering of the ears of maize.


The supporting frame of a run of millstones.

Husks of the prodigal son Bot., the pods of the carob tree. See Carob.


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Husk, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Husked (?); p. pr. & vb. n. Husking.]

To strip off the external covering or envelope of; as, to husk Indian corn.


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