Melancholy Hyperbole

Poetry about longing.

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Window Shopping

Grinning, disheveled, leaning against yellowest willow, a cut on your shin, smell of dead leaves You step from cabs, bent knee birthed in streetlight You half-sleep in hammocks under ruddy overcast You should be by the willow, disheveled I can’t put dreams back where they find me   Matthew Byrne received his MFA from University of Montana in 1999. He has been published in some journals, and had a poem […]

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