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31-Day Poem: Day Twenty-Eight

For Those Unworthy, Fate Has Deemed Out of a corner of my eye, catching a glance of an angel whose wings settle into another man’s strong arms, I have to be happy for her, for them both. I have to. I set myself up for this. Why do they all pass me? Why do they… Continue reading 31-Day Poem: Day Twenty-Eight

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31-Day Poem: Day Eighteen

Under the Corpse of a Setting Sun My lips brush hers and this is all she allows as she backs away. She learned to breathe on her own. The signs were wrong, or I wrote them to be so, wishing for that reality. She learned to breathe on her own. Her eyes reflect an answer… Continue reading 31-Day Poem: Day Eighteen

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A Heart

A heart not only breaks in an instant, but can also shatter in many years, crushed under the weight of bare loneliness. Such a heart, buried, may be formed into an exquisite diamond, one of a kind, reflecting the light it was never shown. A heart fashioned under immense pressure glimmers greater in the embracing… Continue reading A Heart