Absence

Slippers, perched at night stand,twitching impatiently,mark the absence of feet,cannot appreciate the meaningof unruffled bed covers. Abandoned, a coffee mugbemoans its curdling contents,complains of thick brown linescontaminating its porcelain shine,has not noted absence of hands. Chair, pushed back from desk,in partial rotation, sits awkwardly,commanding attention, disturbedby its misalignment, has not thoughtto ponder absence of body. […]

Absence

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