Write Like a Girl
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Write Like a Girl

The Ride Home

A poem.

Photo by Vidipt Saroj Kalla on Unsplash

Sometimes a crisp
ash night before a dull
melodic rain unfurls
hardened fists and
cranks the windows
down. Hair dancing
on the tongue,
radio scrubbing
off the pain.




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Addey Vaters

Addey Vaters

Writer, reader, cat lover, and tea drinker. Poetry editor & podcast host at borrowed solace. Words in Adroit Journal, Vita Brevis, & others. AddeyVaters.com

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