The House Where The Game Was Played - Poem by Erica Francis
in the house where the game was played
with a glass of wine in my left hand
and a pack of cigarettes in my sweatshirt.
in front of a digital box
looking at pieces of the universe
trying to understand why I'm such an idiot.
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