Genius in a Bottle
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Genius in a Bottle

A Subtle Kind of Dwelling

A poem

Mansion entrance with a red door
Photo by Jennifer Griffin on Unsplash

I describe it as a dwell of hopes you never met.

To dwell on better times and spaces.
Of times of ups, that negate all downs.

A space of haste, and deadlines due today.

You may call it lingering.

I describe it as haste.
I name it my dwell.

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Víctor O. Álvarez Torres

Víctor O. Álvarez Torres

Jr. Software Developer and Computer Engineering graduate. Writes technology notes and poetry. victoroalvarez.com/tree

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