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  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    I felt twenty-three when my skeleton crept out from inside me, but I had barely lived. I am an infant, cradled by a larger force that I am not yet familiar with – the milk is never sour, never sweet. Furthermore, I am an elder whose dialect’s foreign, improper for her environment, ...
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    I want to spread open your ribcage and crack the unnecessary bones separating me from your heart. I will search for your beating vessel, if you allow, with eyes like saucers; I am but a child again, over-fascinated. I long to caress the reservoir of your life, whether it cramps under my ...
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    Well, there’s these watery eyes that plead and guide my travels – a remote without a power switch, so I can never not act, in fear of disappointing infants, lambs, art. I am told to sway from right to left, then back around again, as an image for more beautiful things than my mangled...
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    you are a mermaid, a seagreen seamstress stringing petals on fishing lines and utilizing paper chromotography to separate viscera from gills – you knock me over, i am a pathetic flounder on my side i plead, ma’am please and please ma’am, spare these fisheyes, my wood-pla...
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    Tepid bath water is a plague, Goosebumps are an epidemic and my body holds your aura like disease. I must observe it with eyes of caution, Buoyant. “Will these faint prints disappear Or may I fashion them again – Fingernails, where yours once rested, fracturing the shell of my skin. T...
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    She battles the chill; Summer will always be around, while Winter thirsts for white skinned clavicles and veins with pacific pigments gridding feeble wrists. “No, no, no, I will never, never draw frozen blood again,” with a quivering voice implying otherwise, rupturing the sun’s heat...
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    The exterior is thick with humidity, damp with rain, and I’ll never experience fever like this again. My body is being taken (through the wind of a thousand hurricanes) to a building with no climate; I will be my own meteorologist, forecasting eroded rocks and failures, and seldom I migh...

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