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Elvis Needs a Home

The King is stranded, bewildered, In the midst of tabloid papers That bear the face That hasn’t been his in thirty years. He just wanted a carton of milk. He didn’t realize it’s gotten this bad Or that all these … Continue reading

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Crumbs

We are coming apart at our concrete seams. But it doesn’t hurt. We stay firm right until we crumble. Like dust, like sugar we get everywhere. You have to shake us out. And even then parts of us – bits … Continue reading

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