Singularities short poem

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You are everywhere
In the speckled dust
Entangled with the subtle smell
Of the river fish
Silvery, fragile.

I want to kiss you
In all the dark places.
Haunted by the impossibility of a dream.

Open the door I say
And break my heart
Into a thousand pieces.

I feed on the silence
Of unspent kisses.

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Wonderful imagery. Beautiful cadence,


Singularities – Part 2

Singularities   Part 2 short poem

Near is very far space, time, continuum, still there’s a vastness that appals chemotherapy, white walls scurrying through the corridors of the christie this monday morning early meeting Emile, yes, named after Jean Jacques’ eponymous hero, married at the weekend,