The streets are strangely quiet.
The cars of course are there.
The garbage can remains,
on the street.
It reminds me of where the body lay.
No one wants to move it.
It touched death.
I watched the blood pour on to the street,
like garbage juice.
A body like garbage lay on the curb.
by Kathleen Moll
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