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Let Loose

The moment of your death, Slammed into an oak tree, Slammed into a boulder, Slammed into whatever immoveable nearby object, That a car could drive into. The driver, your husband, Drunk and high, Loose and livid(ly) screaming at you, Sloppy … Continue reading

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My Daughter’s Death in a Car Accident

My daughter was killed in a car accident, Her drunk husband crashing her into a rock, And watching her die, He is in prison now, After my she died, my lover and I walked around the lake. I’m baffled, I … Continue reading

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This is the Body of my Dead Husband

My husband Beau started dying the day he was born. That isn’t so unlike the rest of us, but his dying was carried within his connective tissue by a degenerative disorder called Marfan’s Syndrome. As he aged, he fell apart … Continue reading

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Tempered

I’m becoming tempered, Like a piece of stolen glass, A splinter in a shoe, Life and death are working their bloody entrance, Into my body. I remember the smell of molten metals, The hiss of acids at the jewelers, Poured … Continue reading

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In Three Days

In three days I will be forever older than you, Your notes are in my black knapsack that I carry on my back, Waiting to be copied and dispersed…copied and dispersed.   If I could grow wings, They would be … Continue reading

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