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written by: Kabrie Waters



She was shackled by her own skin;

Squirming inside of it as if it were

A blanket too small to cover her bare

Feet and slouched shoulders at the same time.

Kabrie Waters

Kabrie Waters

My name is Kabrie, I write, and as you can tell I'm horrible at bios.
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