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Teach Me How To Lie

Teach me how to lie,
for I can’t swipe it under the rug
no matter how hard I try.

Those masks you wear,
Are they being sold? 195 more words

Poetry

The Length of a Moment, Eternally (Part Two of A Yeats' Response)

{This morning, I posted a response to Yeats’ The Indian to His Lover and commented that I felt there was a second response poem in the later part of the poem.   127 more words

Poetry

Stranded and alone

The town falls asleep

Quiet hours revel

like the darkness outside.

The darkness in my head

Competing for my life

I feel little

I feel nothing. 26 more words

Poetry

Jack

Boredom steadies the numbness
Stoic is my surrogate alter ego, although I wish I was Batman
Making all sorts of gadgets appear in the bat mobile. 414 more words

Poetry

"DEAR GOD: SPARE ME THE SAME OLD NIGHTMARES"

It’s the same old, blood-thick dreams
creeping and crawling in my sleep
violent and deep
pushing me down under
somewhere in this bottomless black hole… 60 more words

Poetry

Hat Heaven, poem by Karen Eastlund (LOST AND FOUND Poetry and Prose Series)


Hat Heaven
by Karen Eastlund

The hat shop caught my attention
But I couldn’t stop at the time
We were in mid-tour
In a foreign country… 301 more words

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