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Cha-Ching | Anne Marie Wells Poetry

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You coined new names for the flaws
I didn’t know I had. They rained
from your mouth, spilled
into my hands, too fast, too many
to catch in my shirt.
The floor beamed with silver-plated
men. I didn’t know what would happen
when you pulled my lever. I didn’t know
you’d see my smile as three cherries
“You win.”




Anne Marie Wells’s poetry published in literary journals and magazines both online and in print.

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Anne Marie Wells

Anne Marie Wells

Poet. Storyteller. Activist. annemariewellswriter.com

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