Tag Archives: Loss

La Femme Must be Free

La femme must be free You cannot lock her in a tower Tie a string about her ankle Or forswear her from conversing with or knowing other hommes How can you cherish what is chained? How can you treasure what … Continue reading

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A White Flag Waves on Madison Ave.

The minivan wears a thick coat of dust All over, except for one spotless twist Where a curved pink ribbon used to sit They fought and they fought for as long as they could But everyone surrenders in the end, … Continue reading

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Empty Spaces

  I’m still finding all the Os you filled in Every time I go to my shelf And pull off a book that I think Has never been opened I find you waiting for me Your Os and os and … Continue reading

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