Drizzle

Against the window falls the pounding rain, The white-noise snare of drizzling mist. The little twinges of light, wrought pain, On the features of cold faces kissed By anaesthetising, torpid vapour Sapping heat from what skinĀ is bared, Caught out with frustrated incredulity They always expect it but’re so unprepared.

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Draft poem

Presented as if left in stocks, For passersby to leer and judge For living in a cardboard box. To those who pass, it’s no life to live, Good to do naught but take, But told you have naught more to give, And reminded so each time you wake. – kledon

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