A Dark Trail

By: Samuel Ward
Competition Year: 2013
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Like a firefly through the branches, of a black fruitless tree
A spark, caught in the snowfall, of a thousand pages upon a desk
when you catch it, it glows, reveals
a trail of where I've been, but not where I'm going
you see its organs, pulsating, rotating
like a clockwork skeleton ticking under thick skin
barely audible. But there, somewhere, surely?
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