Jeremy painted his nose delightfully sanguine. After two proper coats, Jeremy admired himself. Red was his favorite color.
Warning: This poem contains purposefully heavy-handed depictions of violence and depravity. Please read with caution. A poem about coming to terms with one's own selfishness and overconsumption.
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A brief dinner conversation between husband and wife.