Melancholy Hyperbole

Poetry about longing.

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Your Denial Over The Crash

I confronted your denial, but it wouldn’t budge; instead, it insisted that today would be better than yesterday and a good deal worse than tomorrow. I wondered how this was possible since your window overlooks the crash site, the bodies laying twisted and alone in the rain, decaying in front of your lawn. You told me that the departed get better with time, that in a week some would even […]

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