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An Age of Wisdom

“You can never be wise and be in love at the same time.” - Bob Dylan

By TestPublished about a year ago 1 min read


setting desire

to an age of wisdom:

i ruminate words

like a feather to your feet

as we lay standing up

the whirlpool of spirits

harpoons reason into a wish


the dirt sprouts foil

like chocolate notes

“tous les mêmes”

i raise a tongue of barley

alone to the muse’s douses


sentiment backed a rational

two floaties dance in the shower

those punctured absences

and a lock of your hair

against my heart:

an abysmal of negation

underneath the fall

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