Tag Archives: R. L. Greenfield

I Missed You, Paris, France

I missed you when it rained & when it didn’t rain I missed you I missed you in Philadelphia & then I missed you in Cleveland & I went to Baltimore & I missed you I missed you in Chicago … Continue reading

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Addict

I’m a love addict sex addict food addict sleep addict walking addict former cigarette booze & coffee addict—speech addict silent addict solitary addict art addict movie addict love-song addict outdoor addict sports-junkie addict clothes-horse addict woman’s face addict her legs … Continue reading

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Patsy Cline

patsy cline sings of the smashed heart she mainlines pain to the front burner of the chest the cardiovascular disaster of american romance is set on the wheels of melodious melancholy p.c. is mining hell’s black fields for gold she … Continue reading

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