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My husband lives a scar
twelve inches down his chest,
his heart broken into, plundered,
and now he won't shut neatly;
they broke his hinges.

A breastbone bulging to the left
like an egg carton.
His ribs aflare, again the left,
from the shell crack, arthropod.

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