They sprinkle around the place, changing with the years like my life is marked by sections. It’s an apartment in the morning before a shift. I’m hardly a wealthy man but I’m less and less tolerant of posters. I had one in a bathroom with a part torn for the light switch. Far less acceptance of white walls then. I accept them now. The change in the sky colors against the bare slate of the bedroom above our heads. It rumples soft peach over the folds of the strewn sheet. It’s a good place to have coffee. I need to go. My cups almost empty. Later today is laundry day. I’ll have lots more to say about them, hung up like soft soldiers in the failing light.
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