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by Andrew Hudgins | |

In The Well

 My father cinched the rope,
a noose around my waist,
and lowered me into
the darkness.
I could taste my fear.
It tasted first of dark, then earth, then rot.
I swung and struck my head and at that moment got another then: then blood, which spiked my mouth with iron.
Hand over hand, my father dropped me from then to then: then water.
Then wet fur, which I hugged to my chest.
I shouted.
Daddy hauled the wet rope.
I gagged, and pressed my neighbor's missing dog against me.
I held its death and rose up to my father.
Then light.
Then hands.
Then breath.