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Self-Defense (Poetry)

Painted nails and towers

Of every part of me,

Divided, categorised , noted in books.

Clippings and Creams.

Thoughts and shirts, clever tailoring.

Photos of happy chapters

Music deaf to nuance.

 

Love of galleries

Of dark beer

A golem in the corner

Heart ripped out and clumsily patched

Books, books, books,

 

All piled before the precipice

Willingly, I would fling.

Self.

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One comment on “Self-Defense (Poetry)

  1. Elizabeth Watkin
    August 4, 2012

    Reblogged this on Muse 365.

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