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Apr 2022
Your gnawing teeth
and clicking tongue,
your maze of veins
and sighing lungs.
A stretch of skin
like desert plains,
eyes like glass
with  bluish stains.
I’m sallowed whole
by every blink
Your pupils pull
before they shrink.
From the ridges
of your spine
to the brows that
paint a stoic line.
Left hand, right hand-
The crescent cave
of  crimson lips
I’ll build a home
in who you are
from pit of pore
to peak of scar.
Written by
Kyra  21/F/Nowhere in particular
(21/F/Nowhere in particular)   
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