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A Study: The Economics of Dying

  Vegetables don’t feed flowers The way a body will. A legacy of “I Was here, too.” Grown from decay, Wilting again A hand-picked bouquet.

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Ring-A-Round

Ring-a-round-a-rosie Pocket full of Dead leaves That were growing Yesterday Respectively new angles that I don’t care to view these things from Praying to New angels That were walking Yesterday Ashes, Ashes Breathing smoke through my lips The least threatening … Continue reading

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Before You Gave Up

The ocean groans A lover’s moan While I’m safe at home With the person I’ve grown into. There’s no wind, no cries No sin. This is how the end begins. You’re a worn-out cliche, I’m weary of another day; I … Continue reading

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I’m Not Afraid of Dying

There’s a song on the radio as I drive To your house. It has something to do with isolation And how we use society as a cushion. Or maybe it’s about finally talking to your crush. I wasn’t paying attention. … Continue reading

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