Dismemberment Via Snowflakes

Spotless; white
As young as a newborn child; as clean as well-washed china plates
A car
Driving fast and stupid;
two teenagers who don't know what they're doing
Speckled with red; freckled with regret
No longer perfect and untouched
Now drenched with the shimmer of crimson;
the shine of no more tomorrows
Shape-shifted souls; are lifted away.

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