kicking the queue
put me on fire
when she swallowed a tear,
she knew not where to bend or break,
then quietly she folded her arms and legs.
Into crimson, wrinkled paper she turned,
crumpled in triple folds, slowly she started to burn.
And no matter how much she cried,
the fire refused
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