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Poetry And The Days After



Andrew McCollough

when the dreams come
and I’m a shaking pile of sweat and tears

I’m naked without my weapons
— Excerpt From: J.E. McCollough and Andrew W McCollough. “Aftermath.”

When you wear a weapon for a long time it becomes a part of you. An extension of you. Cops understand, but they at least take their weapon off sometimes. Things changed once the invasion turned into an occupation, but in the first months our weapons never left us, even when we slept they'd be there in the sleeping bag, loaded, ready. 

And then you come home, and the part of you that was always there to protect you suddenly... isn't.  -- J.E.