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Siameas Siblings

It is at that repetitive 
moment,
when two try so hard to become 
one.

Under quilt and comfort 
and comforter and
sheet and down
under cotton 
under skin

A beast with four tangled legs,
two backs, heads peering,
eye's closed over shoulders,
one dangling arm, numb.

It is at that repetitive 
moment 
when cords reach, connect

Try so hard to become
one.

A heat that sooths and quenches
our inherent need for a 
Siamese sibling.

Copyright © | Year Posted 2017




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