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The girls

The girls of the 1920s were little more than willow wisps; all legs, arms, and torsos, only a motion of limbs and pale thin embodiment. Bowlers, and short hair, flapper dresses, boys at their sides, neon, satin, sequins, and utopian … Continue reading

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The first and only time I thought of You

[another older poem, from about a year-and-a-half ago] I dreamt of a time when the mottled pieces of our puzzled planet stood in fault lines when in fact they were nobles of perfect lineage and with each movement made ruins … Continue reading

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Despite our footsteps

We tend to step heavy in the forest and lightly in the streets; in the cities we are but one of millions and the impact of our footsteps and our presence can be and often is quickly wiped away. But … Continue reading

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