Melancholy Hyperbole

Poetry about longing.

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At the Bus Stop

Saturday, minutes before 10am on my way back from moving laundry to the dryer marijuana awakens me to my surroundings before I turn the corner where an older gentleman wearing tinted sunglasses even though it’s overcast is fast finishing the remains of a joint while numerous passengers exit the 65 bus and I double-take wondering what kind of kid he used to be & what kind still dwells within   […]

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The New World

You can’t take it with you, my mother says Who I am was almost lost overseas in atrocity I claim no understanding of Many leave home for the next generation There are heirloom tomatoes for all with no worldly possessions to pass down     Mark Danowsky’s poetry has appeared in Right Hand Pointing, Shot Glass Journal, Third Wednesday, and elsewhere. Mark is originally from the Philadelphia area, but currently […]

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