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Preservations

A Poem

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Conserving air
sorting the day’s documents
but sighing sometimes
too loudly
encrypting the thought in grief
Conscripted to frailer muses
the noise of change ringing
night & day
Trying to stay with the battle
but frightened
mostly
into the bushes into disguise
The heart isn’t quiet
though
the pressures of disbelief
grinding down looming sketching around
a fabric of the unreconciled
Like a prescription left unattended
the…

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J.D. Harms

J.D. Harms

Former hairstylist, perpetual philosophy student, swallowed by poetry, writing, ideas

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