Four Poems

Half a Man

Head canted back, resting
on a pillow of sand. Just like
sleeping. Except for empty
eye sockets, flies skittering
in and out of his nose.
No meat below his sternum,
only a knobby string of spine
pointing at us, accusingly.
We stood in a half-circle,
willing our eyes
to be just as lifeless.

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