Jun-long Lee

Often a series of beings, and this is the structure: growing beside, on
top of, and into each other. Nests of thigh and horn infest behind
borders marked by saliva, whose songlike, viscous organism
comforts as much as the architecture. Then in the middle of autumn
or spring an entity passes through them. It sheds verses of glowing
from its body, which is a hymnal, and belongs nowhere but in its
own. This one is untouchable because it never ceases dying; its
hourly demise renews its corridors and towers. Carcass of light
unseen by most, perceived briefly by wolves and carrion-eaters; they
see the incandescent movement, which is firesinging, with no mouth
or ears to hear it.