Belief –

He believed his disbelief was true, alone, thinking, always totalling the other’s blessings
That wear and tear had swollen his skeletal, he called himself to self-baptism, and no witnesses
Formed his hands into a vessel to catch some slow rain from his patched roof
Dropped that captive water onto his uncut head
He had made a Priest

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