Skulls still partially coveredin faces now unrecognizedslowly decay in the torrential rainthat’s fallen since it all broke outon Monday an almost destinedconstruct for bringing on this madnessin the first place.Families whisper in their boarded upapartments about the places they allthink they still can run too,but the radio bulbs don’t pick upall the stations. The voices […]

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I almost never clean my glassesthe correct way and I admitthat they are not nowwhat they used to be.I used to see so far and readthe signs without the moneyto be bigger on such old paperthey would always slowly fade.A neighbor sprayed the bird shitoff her garden statues with an old hoseshe could barely keep […]

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I never listen so the best I dois watch sometimes when I amnot lost in investments of my eyes.Blades of grass bent at ninety degreeangles by the others waitingrestlessly to meet up and discusswhere they’ve been going. It doesn’t matter how you holdthe steering wheel as long asall your will is in control of it.Sometimes […]

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So claustrophobic she would break downat descriptions of the cave systemsthat weaved below the whole entire town.Outdoor stores where no one’s sellinganything important, but plastic jewelrytries to argue just the opposite. Waking up in the middle of the dayin a motel room by yourselfwith just the T.V. playing nothingbut old westerns.The free breakfast at the […]

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Starvation is a slow way out of everything,and we’ve forgotten that in the timewe’ve both sat waiting in this drive through.The speaker that you order with is placedlike some odd hearing aid in the centerof a kind of plastic ear.No one knows what they wantuntil they see it shine and soldby someone else, but it […]

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