Tag Archives: Margot Armbruster

life support

chiaroscuro you press your hands against me fiery and acrid and silent and still well we never breathe while we’re together, so once you leave I gasp freedom through the holes in my chest wonder when your eyes stopped transfixing … Continue reading

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here’s to our rhapsodic summers bowl of pears on the back porch, waiting for the time to ripen we floated through the air on our yellow swings, immutable all I wanted was to be spume on your saltwater breeze I … Continue reading

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