Until You Find the Body
I sit up and gasp as if breathing stops with sleep and I need to suck in air to move Something big and dark and nameless cracking trees like twigs Trying to convince myself that the quality of the light is not strange Sticks curled like fingers Branches bigger than an arm The beast had lost a limb even as I slipped from room to room in the darkness
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