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God save the metaphors

the words created in our image and the lives we’ve built to hold them. God save the cities we’ve blown out of glass and stone as walking altars to their hope and the people who die for the chance to … Continue reading

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Relax

Relax. This won’t last long. – ‘Poem For People That Are Understandably Too Busy To Read Poetry’, Stephen Dunn After all, the first time is always the quickest, disassembling your skeleton hands-first to mechanize the shatter, bending backwards until your … Continue reading

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How to Love a Phoenix

1. Realize the name is a mere trick of the light and not an accurate description of anything tangible. Her name is Jennifer-Leigh. She falls in love with cities too quickly and has a tendency to leave pieces of herself … Continue reading

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