Salts

From the white porcerlain, a copper sink
this is the landscape of extremities
where the scented salts escape the grasp
pressed in the lines of fingers.

Curl your toes in the suds
hands that scrub, to red
waiting tomorrow,
and tomorrow, and tomorrow,
on the reflection of bubbles
to circle the drain.

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