A Lasting Farewell

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Poetry  |  House: Booksiesilk Classic Group


A Lasting Farwell

I knew a girl with a clutching embrace,

Silky hands and demons. She’d had an

Endowment, her mother’s love. She’d had

The clap and serum hepatitis at fourteen.

She had a beautiful smile and a pistol in

Her purse. I flew to her flames, then drown

In the desperation of her numbered days. 


Submitted: October 17, 2022

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DampKitten

Fantastic.
I really like your succinct pieces with precise ambiguity. I happen to remember our discussion about this, which makes the piece all the more meaningful.
As always, sophisticated and sentimental.

Sat, October 22nd, 2022 6:15pm

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Thank you again, DK. I've learned a great deal from you.
You might be interested in finding out I count musical measures instead poetic feet. I shoot for rhythm and try to avoid rhyme. Isn't that an odd way to work?

Sun, October 23rd, 2022 8:10am

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