Sunflowers are passed
tatty brown
and the wind drags the garden
until all is flat and wasted
rubbish of sticks and crinkled

All is passed and all is gone
and I am caving-in
on myself, bedraggled, long-gone
inside the mind, crushed and wasted
rubbish of bones and sallow
skin, nodding.
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