Melancholy Hyperbole

Poetry about longing.

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My Uncle’s TV

was left on our doorstep a month after his funeral with a note taped to the back: He wanted you to have this– the TV that is now centered on an antique dresser in our living room. And no matter what channel we watch, the only thing I see is his reflection in the screen the morning he killed himself. Sitting in his recliner. His tarnished horseshoe trophies surrounding him. […]

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