Lulled to sleep— staccato drill, cement — I was. Did you set out to capture worst? Dual, silver coin. An eye ebbed: doubled flesh, crease, squint. You must live with your own reflection. Its lost tyranny, its otherness. Split gull— window— loud snap of ground. Water swelling your mouth.
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