Poem: Unteathered

He sits alone with

laugher like sarcasm

and music like insults,

one hand raised

for a beer.

 

Under fluorescent light

the dregs of coffee

dry hard;

a thousand papercuts

can kill.

 

She folds her clothes

like origami,

eyes down,

while he waits

on the bed.

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