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 Pale Confession Misc 3/29/2017
 Millstone Misc 3/28/2017
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 Not In Tears Misc 3/26/2017
 Reparation Misc 3/25/2017
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 Touch Me Not Misc 3/20/2017
 Second Sight Misc 3/19/2017
 A Nonsensical Poem Misc 3/18/2017
 A Call To Murder Misc 3/17/2017
 Untrodden Snow Misc 3/16/2017
 Landing Without Gears Misc 3/15/2017
 Night Vigil Misc 3/14/2017
 Tracking Down Misc 3/13/2017
 Recklessly Misc 3/12/2017
 An Absolution Misc 3/12/2017
 Casualties Misc 3/10/2017
 Splintering Misc 3/9/2017
 Here Lies The Queen Misc 3/8/2017
 Black River Misc 3/7/2017
 Blind Alleys Misc 3/6/2017
 The Scream Misc 3/5/2017
 Salvaging Misc 3/4/2017
 Black Sun Misc 3/3/2017
 Explosions Misc 3/2/2017
 Ending War Misc 3/1/2017
 Concreteness Misc 2/28/2017
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Pale Confession

How can you talk to the moon
when the trees were watching?
It was her last sojourn
before boarding the illegal
traffic of clouds.

Pallbearers were always ready
to do something
religious like carrying
a god to the temple. I was not
sure it was midnight syndrome
of apoplexy.

Deep into the blue eyes
lies the inconceivable page
of unprinted book of a
failed attempt to harness
the darkness for a connection to unknown.

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