by Suzán Jiván
Easily reared on bramble leaves
as a slender species with narrow wings
and highly convincing bigger hindwings
Shedding legs if seized belonging
to a single genus with front feet
against silk sheets from other colonies
Stiffened by bits of detritus
as symbiotic substances
pumped into the young
as pre-chewed food
like eggs glued to the roof
Tunneling through into the groups'
droppings like diffusible nutrients...