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"You are Ruining my Loneliness" - The Joys and Discomforts of Introvert Publication

Awake Hour

The trees shift outside the screen. They tap
each other, side by side, like fingers.
The dark moves around and over itself,
wraps every limb for night without a moon. 804 more words

Writing For Writers

The Victor Dog

The Victor Dog
James Merrill

for Elizabeth Bishop

Bix to Buxtehude to Boulez.
The little white dog on the Victor label
Listens long and hard as he is able. 328 more words

Quotes And Poems

Tuesday Poetry: Bishop's "One Art"

 “One Art”

By Elizabeth Bishop

(from poetryfoundation.org)

The art of losing isn’t hard to master;
so many things seem filled with the intent
to be lost that their loss is no disaster. 143 more words

Poetry

Lose something every day

“The art of losing isn’t hard to master;
so many things seem filled with the intent
to be lost that their loss is no disaster. 140 more words

Just Saying

Losing a Friend, Yes its Disaster

This poem rings true to my heart how I feel about how I have lost friend right now, how it was  my fault, and how I feel this loss. 167 more words

Loss