Melancholy Hyperbole

Poetry about longing.

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How Not to Love a Liar

–Man’s rejection, God’s protection.   I am exactly like I am. No water of mistrust here. Swamps, perhaps. The heavy coil of wood. Bones to go with it.   There was no landscaper in your life, there was no man without a car, there was just me: The brake in the stomach feels no pain; the break in the heart, everything.   White hair of frost, powder and grey, the […]

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