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The Machinated Machine: Part I: The Compulsion

13 March 2021 Saturday Poetry Prompt: a little different

Image by Michael Gaida from Pixabay

wise men lose their appetite and broken-hearted sojourners look for another light
fake flowers are on the table and artists create fables that no one reads hears sees
trash is on the ground and children are in the pound
bees are falling from the sky and silent rebels die i said silent rebels…




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Jesse M. Gonzalez

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