Tag Archives: Levi J. Mericle

A Love Story

Be calm—don’t panic? Well, remember the Copenhagen stain on your skorts I left. The coat of faux fox fur freedom I bought you— and you became a queen’s ego for a Wednesday. Remember the comatose sidewalk you remembered tripping on—falling … Continue reading

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When I Was Young

When I was young young people knew how to be heard. Shredded jeans and Kool-Aid-stained T-shirts sported us, acceptance. Today, we bruise the face of time in hopes to be noticed. We collect a pension of happiness through someone else’s … Continue reading

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To Be Or Not To Become (that was my answer)

It will be a Saturday the day God kills me. Despite my perfect sanity. And when I die, I want you to spread my ashes like thin stones, thrown across the pond of my legacy. I know I am barely … Continue reading

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