Marbles: A Prose Poem

How might we otherwise forget the years, dregs from past refusing to go?

The marble on the granite floor warm with afternoon sun flashes a wisp of distant cloud, a whorl of coral from deep seas, sometimes even a bird flying backward chest facing the sky.

This crystal of universe cool in her fingers, she thrust up his nose as he grabbed her in that dark corner of the house.

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