Melancholy Hyperbole

Poetry about longing.

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If I Was Your Answer

I’d probably already know the question. I wouldn’t mouth what, what like a screen door smacks in the wind what, what would it take,   could I divulge it? I wouldn’t cringe between the hair-triggers and eyes charcoaled with grief. Did I do that to you? I snap hard   against our frame. A goldfish may leap out of its tank, suffocate. A betta may just bludgeon itself to death. […]

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