Remnants

We are uncles with our lights low
And no one goes there after dusk
After our old nights are remnants.

Home is littered with plastic cups,
The remnants of many old nights.
Old lights lie low and dim-witted.

Old words are twilight’s remnants.
Old uncles lie low and dim-witted.
They turn remnants of old poems.

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