Six-Pound Weights from the Kitchen Scales

You gasp for air,
mouth flooding with pond
which flows to lungs.
You splutter and choke
in the reed-filled murk.

Dead weights
in your pockets,
your fingers find the zip ā€“
you leave them there
and choose to sink.

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Writer and aspiring publisher
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