Melancholy Hyperbole

Poetry about longing.

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Bluin’ the Blues

The trumpet, a special gift when I turned sixteen, lies neglected (and only recently rescued from basement storage) in a corner of the family room. Never abandoned in any move, it claims a special spot in my heart, if not on my lips. Silence blares from its valves accusingly whenever I walk by.     Craig W. Steele resides in the countryside of northwestern Pennsylvania, not far from Lake Erie. […]

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