Two Poems

Traffic Control Point

                                        In armor, sweat, and skin, I sat

                                     in the Humvee’s shell of steel.

          Miles of traffic moved down the freeway,

      north to Baghdad, engines shaking, vehicles blurring

                    against ghosts of the pavement’s heat.

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