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Blanket Beasts

And the Soldiers you Graze there

Bitta Root digital art by author

The cave is full of glass — and what did you expect. The bride didn’t make it on time, and the water was heavy, as more than usual.
Two elephants moved out before the janitor had anything to do with it. The bars were greasy, and the monkeys smelled like potatoes.
I had a blinking contest with some giraffes, and that’s about as beautiful as you’re going to get from from a barber…




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