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A hit poem

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The car still running, its lights angled up at the trees. You don't see the deer till they turn their heads—road full of eyeballs, small moons glowing. The deer lies on its side.

A hit poem


Your nose throbs, something stabs in your side. You don't see the deer till they turn their heads—road full of eyeballs, small moons glowing.

A hit poem

A hit poem

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Comments (4)

  1. What can you tell him—you weren't thinking, you'd injured your head? A doe, spinning itself around in a frantic circle, front legs scrambling, back legs paralyzed, dead.

  2. You crank the wheel, stamp both feet on the brake, skid and jolt into the ditch.

  3. Son of a bitch, looking in.

  4. Glitter and crunch of broken glass in your lap, deer hair drifting like dust.

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