Daily Archives: October 15, 2014

Wither

greying out awash and fading eye lashes wither pink smeared cement under foot cauterizing tides of stemming fancy black hole empty Ambrose Thompson Advertisements

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I’m a Prostitute

In actions I believe though it’s a forceful belief In love, I go mute ’cause I’m a prostitute Parents left when I was twelve not a penny in our shelve Family lent some hands But only to remove my pants … Continue reading

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Lost in time

Now his foes yawn throughout the day and their table craves for a flower vase and a drop box. They have killed the unicorn! But their hands are stainless but their eyes are daisy. Arindam Banerjee

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I am only I

You are Attired and Arrayed and Assured in your conspicuous excellence, And I am only I Think, imagine, picture yourself as a tree of great shade See in your mind its immensity Its mighty boughs and the birds among them. … Continue reading

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Holding Almost

As one gets older Getting older seems to change. Time no longer passes The way a car passes, Getting smaller in the distance, Concentrating, Consolidating; the thing That passed a moment ago And the spot that dots the road’s end … Continue reading

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