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All I’ve Ever Wanted was a more Forthright Existence

Just gimme the three magic cords.

Let me twist! 

 

Sunlight falling

                              over snow, now,

like a broken concerto

                              reeled in

               by a single progression.

 

The verve

                              of expression –

               beauty within.

 

Howling cull

                              of one’s true self

beating

               at the doorway

 

               of the day…

 

We can always

watch the crows fly,

mine the world

through words,

the blue snow-sky.

 

Remember

                               what it’s like

                                                             to be a kid

 

We can:

 

               clap the wind! Clap! Clap! like a win

               like the distilled inner voice within

               the unknown CDs you ordered fifteen

               years ago.  And that brief relevance

               of the Ipod

               shuffle –

 

can I be honest?

I’m writing between

 

a crib

a changing table

 

and a diaper bag

on the door –

 

we can’t expect ‘em to get us,

if we don’t tell ‘em how we feel

 

 

 

 

Posted 01/24/19
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