Disjointed

I lay in bed, too many thoughts to decipher, the brain a buzz, a hum, where to begin?

Hand upon heart, it  beats, pumps, the pressure of veins pushing blood, it soothes. Head back, eyes closed, I listen. And it beats. The rain on the window. The temples on my face. Blood in a hurry. And the train screams in the distance, a howl that echoes as it flees. No time to savor in this place, everything has somewhere to be.

…everything has somewhere to be…

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