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that.
by Lauren B Soponis

Tuesday, December 13, 2005
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another oldie...


 


the inescapable feast


a harvest of golden mockery


that washed away truth


the last act of


an unfinished play


with no Monologue


no dialogue only


silence that broke


boundaries of akwardness


 


that was Passion.


 


lone, spindly legged


and effervescent though


tortured with troubled verse


and dyslexic imagery


swaying in high heels remembering


wild animals behind jaded bars


revealing all that was certain


 


That


 


existence precedes another dead star


and another journey


crossing borders left unattended


(while he reflects she denies THAT.)


it was precious and horrible


now she counts pills and beers


(while he ignores)


 


She wishes she were an angel


 


I caused that.


I destroyed that.


 

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