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in the quietest hour, I sever
strings of barbed wire from their homes.

I am braiding them together, slow
and steady like a mother

whose hands are bloody, but tender
nonetheless; I weep,

strip until I’m ashamed,
and wrap the wire

around my naked body, pretend
it’s swaying like a dress
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