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It was raining
in the kitchen.
said my footsteps
like never before.
It was like
The butter was swimming
in its blue bowl.
had dissolved in its.
The bread was
and was busy losing
a lot of its breadiness.
lazily floated from
the cat’s litter.
had half a sink of rain
as well as last night’s dirty dishes.
The kettle with the lid left off
had filled itself twice.
It had never rained
in the kitchen
The book left open on page 69
The mobile phone
looked like it wasn’t
having an exactly
that some kids had thrown
sat on the table
like a king on its throne.
The broken skylight
gathered around it
listening like flunkeys
The birthday cake
on the letter
Respondez s’il vous plait.
It was raining in the kitchen.
we both said
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