moans

Helmets outgrew the number of heads; dog tags had no information to give except that someone died. Markings dripped away with most of the metal. Explosions ate their fill and more, lusting for whatever their lips could embrace. The sweet moans of bombs tickled the ears of passersby, washing what their hands didn’t reach on their last bath.

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