PERMANENCY IS MAN MADE, NOT MAN

This was more important than other flesh moments
on his body. It deserved a place all its own
in his skin, because it did not
belong with other events, because it had
such a different theme. Death is
decidedly utterly unavoidable,
like an oil change or check-up.
He tends to mark
events under his flesh
versus
taking mental notes, because he cannot
submerge in remembrance, because he must
drown inside himself.
His living body wears her
dead body like a necklace,
neck in tact.
When she died her held her this way:
gripping like a broom handle, snapping
the structure into two, structures
beneath the skin, ravaged, he had
killed her. Cutting her open, stuffing
spewing onto the floor.

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