Melancholy Hyperbole

Poetry about longing.

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One More Good Year

I just need one more good year, he thought, but wouldn’t demand it, not knowing where to direct his fire. Should he look up, shake a fist? What if his wife saw? She felt   powerless enough, had worn down the cartilage in her knees to make it all better. She was a machine of life, would churn on without him, lonely, fueled by regrets, although he had every   […]

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