Daily Archives: September 10, 2016

Poem – I’m Sorry

I’m sorry… I’m sorry for loving you after you broke up with me I’m sorry for crying every night for you I’m sorry for making you hurt by saying I still love you I’m sorry for being confused I’m sorry… … Continue reading

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Poem – Look at Me

I want him to notice me To realize the things I can be Sometimes I feel like he’s always wanting to look the other way I just don’t know what to say We’re together, yet I feel as if we … Continue reading

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Poem – Architecture 

Over a delicate arch– an eyebrow of stone– on the unruffled forehead of a wall in joyful and open windows where there are faces instead of geranium where rigorous rectangles border a dreaming perspective where a stream awakened by an … Continue reading

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Poem – Daedalus And Icarus

Daedalus says: Go on sonny but remember that you are walking and not flying the wings are just an ornament and you are stepping on a meadow that warm gust is just the humid earth of summer and that cold … Continue reading

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Poem – Elegy of Fortinbras

To C. M. Now that we’re alone we can talk prince man to man though you lie on the stairs and see more than a dead ant nothing but black sun with broken rays I could never think of your … Continue reading

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Poem – Episode 

We walk by the sea-shore  holding firmly in our hands  the two ends of an antique dialogue  —do you love me?  —I love you  with furrowed eyebrows  I summarize all wisdom  of the two testaments  astrologers prophets  philosophers of the … Continue reading

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