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  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    your hands were like those of death -- your fingers so thin, curling around mine, the way vines crawl over abandoned houses, and sometimes, you would squeeze my hand and your bones would crush against mine -- my knuckles were dust worn down by yours and I wondered if I could slip...
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    once, when we kissed, your teeth tore my lip and the taste of metal felt like a razor had been run over my teeth...
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    if tears could rip skin apart, water set fire to flesh, I’d smell like charcoal on a sad day...
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    some days, I’m happy and courageous and on those days, the world seems like fresh blood coursing through my heart. other days, I’m cynical and dying and those days the world seems to be slicing through my skin but, most days, I’m nothing, nothing at all. and on those...
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    “Tell me what color my eyes are.” This simple and poignant line of Gina Lione-Napoli’s poem, “Hazel”, tells the powerful, resilient story of a girl, abandoned by her father, whom she tries to cut all connections with. Throughout the piece, she says how her father was never there for her...
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    “Tell me what color my eyes are.” This simple and poignant line in Gina ­Lione-Napoli’s poem, “Hazel,” tells the ­powerful story of a resilient girl who is abandoned by her father. Throughout this poem, the speaker says how her father was never there for her and that she doesn’t wan...

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