Postcards sweat and wilt

on the sill, their atrophied

bodies soft. They curse

the weather and spit.

Postcards crouch in their boxes,

tramps beneath bridges,

rubbing their broad hands.

They shiver. In the corners,

postcards cling, swaying,

fingernails sunk deep

into the walls. Some let go

and fall to the ground.

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