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two house fires framed the life of the first, the post-traumatic permanently etched into his cheek, the flames wrote the story of his life, beginning and end, made print-less but memorable, a life never quite his own. the second, a … Continue reading
I wrote three pages on how much I hate poetry. (autocorrected to “potty”…so much better! so much cannon fodder, I could have wrote five pages on how much I hate potty). potty mouth, potty smell, potty shape (yes certain shapes … Continue reading
a once golden time torn photographs, speak of those forgotten dead grass and peeled paint, ghostly remains of a home spring exposes all ————————— For a challenge by We Drink because We’re Poets, found here.