Lockup

His arms destroyed gravity, force on that heavy iron square, left side heavy, right side heavy, and the parched hinges biting ears for oil
A garage closed, he walked away, a black shirt tightly tucked into an acting middle of white flesh waist threatening to avalanche because football fantasies had trashed his looks, a face uneven, two legs bow, a dizzying head
Today, fixing hearses for coffin carrying

 

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