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Poem: Strip Down

I want to strip myself down. Nothing but the bare remains of my flesh, My muscle, My bone, Will exist. I’m not in my skin anyway. Keep your bite, -S.C. Parris

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Poem: Your Eyes

I trace the lines of your needWith the haunt of my departure. I try and see the way your eyes reject my light, My hope. Dispel it, Vanquish, All hope. There is more to this than despair, More to this…

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A Poem: The Night

In these frozen hours, Haunting recollections beckon. Betwixt my sheets lies absence, Atop my breasts rests the heaviness of the night. And I am alone. A collection of thoughts? Perhaps, But their lingering finality cannot deny me of my need.…

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Poem: Howl

I watched you from afar, But stood right next to you. And all the same my tears did fall, Into the pit I carved for you. Desire? I was lost. Gathering the scraps of what I’d held on to so…

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Alone

I stared into the eyes of dirt, And knew that mud would soon form within, If only they could. I turned from you, Pressed to find a colder heart, Somewhere… Somewhere deep within my own. And though I’d spilled so…

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