Melancholy Hyperbole

Poetry about longing.

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A Girl Alone in the Church

The outstretched hands and uplifted palms Of the alabaster married statues Welcome the girl into the church Beckoning her to see what they’ve got to offer her today On this late afternoon autumn sojourn of her childhood.   She’s soothed by the pastel robin egg blues And the vanilla peach hues Sealing their man-made material essence; Colors she’ll later link to Beverly Hills statuary And their intimations of pleasure and […]

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