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Guy pulls up in a beat up red car gets out. Middle age spread, worn out Birkenstocks faded polo shirt, still tucked in alone divorced from his wife, from his career, his family but not his self-respect he’ll go down swinging   and he walks down the street with a flimsy daypack and a handful […]

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3 poems about loss

1. (The Geography of Embers) You stare into the coals, through the vast infinite glowing peaks and valleys, roads And caves Like the Taliban’s last refuge. There are places in there where memory lives A moment in time For tomorrow they will become ash Dust The memories like caked mud now Crumbling, bearing an imprint […]

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