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F.A.G:S: - Chapter 1
Number 4, Privet Drive - that was the street address on which the Dursley family lived on. Vernon Dursley, a very ordinary man, lived a very ordinary life with a very ordinary job. He made his money by selling drills. Vernon was rather big; he was a very rotund man. He had a piggish face and an unnecessarily large moustache. He had a wife named Petunia and a single child.. Dudley. Petunia was a pale, skinny woman with a horse-like face. She always wore a strange expression - a harsh look of disgust, but with a slight glint of fear.
Anyways, ever since Dudley was born, Petunia had been babying him, even spoiling him, to bits. Dudley liked being treated this way, of course. He had always gotten whatever he wanted, and it was quite believable how he would repeatedly break his own belongings; he was no doubt a brat. Not to mention how BIG the child was. And yes, "BIG."
Abandoned ChapelThe parish waits now,
the loneliness of corners
crawling outward on walls--
chipped away by the wind,
and held together
by silk spindles;
cobwebs align them like the membranes of memories,
the cut of a jewel in an broken window
against the sun
where beads of rain
gather in a mesh of strands
a new Mosaic
against the backdrop of a cemetery;
My eyes seek out the sermon
in close proximity,
paint no distance
between headstone and cloud;
elegies topple each other
in their climb to heaven
as light trickles
over the shade,
breathes a new glow over snuffed candles.
I feel the weight in these empty rows,
how a breath couldn't cease to be breath
in the midst of prayer.
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