Two Poems

The Pencil

This pencil, sharpened to a midway length,
the teeth marks, the worn lamination,
the poppy-red tip where an eraser is not

where one might have been in America,
Arizona, Phoenix, where my grandfather
sold insurance after the war. He drove
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