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old month.
narrow man.
sweaty pillow.
sallow rhombus sleeving cell.
swollen moon through window.

spidered refractions.
twinned bouquet of white.
ticking trapped in gritted teeth.

rustling leaves
stillness retracted.
a puff of dust:
single flower
supine on the flags.

time used to sweat.
time used to shed.
attempts at memory
vague imprints of a dream.

too many days.
too many nights.
too much remembrance
to grasp a full sphere

but mornlight will hang
that single divergence
that single offense:

a deathless token
on a nameless pendant.

sunlight projection
across a bare chest.
the time has come.
the time has come.

 


Brian Edward Bahr lives in the woods of Northern Minnesota with his cat Yuki.  Check out his other works here.

© 2009, Brian Edward Bahr

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