Tag Archives: Tyler M. Michaud

Snow

remember this torrent whipping your cheeks, the weight of frost in your nostrils, and electric salt on your tongue. remember this white drift atop your boots, laces that won’t stay tied, and the authority of saturated socks. believe this storm … Continue reading

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Litany of Us

you are the ballad in my head and the bracket to my myriads. you are the quiver, the bass of knotted language, aflame in my throat. the notes in the key, the re’ in the ‘frain sung too loud in … Continue reading

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