Tag Archives: David Manning

Good Night, You

Together we fall and together we lie, You and I, spent, empty as clothes Hanging on a line. Silence in our mouths, stone-still our tongues, Belying frantic blood. Speaking for me here, Because I can’t speak for you; anything I … Continue reading

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God Of Fortresses

We’re the collier town God sees outside his lovesick window, We’re the vibes that play somewhere out on the nightstruck prairie, We’re the vices of dreams. Petals on a silken flower, we are perennial, Weeping for all we are worth, … Continue reading

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