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Mis-identity

Mis-identity. Useless to hide inside. [i tried.] So… metaphorical suicide. Cut my hair. Cut my throat. Hang tight to that life boat. Choke the seductress. Burn down ALL of this. Not for you… just for me. [...really?] Redefining what means … Continue reading

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Death by Rhyme

Dew drops beading on the stem. Lemmings diving off the end. Separating at the seams- Like milk of youth, stripped of cream. Fly entangled in my web- Writhe and struggle. Soon you’re dead. I really only liked your taste. But … Continue reading

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Why Are You So Afraid of Death?

I dreamt my family and a couple of close friends were dining at a vegetarian restaurant. The air was comfortably warm, the lighting soft, and various tantalizing aromas wafted about. You could hear the chatter of the patrons, busily socializing … Continue reading

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