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Tag Archives: past life poems
forgiveness comes injuts and startspieces,parts. and so does fear. here,questions unanswered,truths unsaid,his icy stare. there,a ragged hole in the wall;(not, quite)(not quite, yet)the last straw. just one more(sharp)tiny hole-punchto her heart. It’s Quadrille Monday over at dVerse, and I’m hosting. … Continue reading
in 1990, we said “i do.” you didn’t. i did. for several years i vowed to lie here another day.to make you stay. to make you pay. to get away. ibid. ibid. ibid. :: Day 22 for NaPoWriMo.
We’ve both got Biology homework and so we start there and Mr. G. is in charge of all us derelicts today any-way so if we have any questions, he’s here. (Although he’s the one who always says “Better to keep your mouth closed and remaina fool … Continue reading
the night she finally (almost) left 1, 2 puts on the shoes 3, 4out the door 5, 6 in a fix 7, 8 too late, too late 9, 10 start over again :: carry the 1 I got new rules; I count ’emI … Continue reading
, all she remembers is blood -red wine in fragile glasses, and empty plates the color of bone. ::twiglet #225
I am at home everywhere, and nowhere. I am never a stranger and I never quite belong. – Georges Simenon Fold the map at the middle and you’ll find the places she’s lived: born in Victorville, CAand then Florida (both coasts) by way of NC. Oh,Ohio is … Continue reading
.. You headed hard for that horizon haze, leaving me with nothing but this harlot moon, and hints of stone. .. In November, we poem.