Tag Archives: birds

A Box of Heart

My heart has been boxed up like candy, Something special that will make your teeth ache, A cold snowy shot — One bite and you’ll turn around, Flying away on bird feathers, Running on gazelle legs all spindly and fast. … Continue reading

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The Movement of Air in the Morning

Birds fly by me, Each wing flapping, Feathers pushing through the morning sky, The cool air flows, Swirls through the smog and the 8 am sounds. Shimmering black bird wings move up and down, A current of call and response, … Continue reading

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After Seeing Sick: The Life and Death of Bob Flanagan, Supermasochist Together

What am I waiting for? A you and a you. Birds fly past, swooping into the night air, and I want to be them, Flying away from you. You hold me, We talk, and we talk about everything. You hold … Continue reading

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