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Your Poetry deux By: Courtney Beardsworth I waited for maturity to crash over my body. il n’y rien de plus apaisant que l’hiver. he felt the same way about winter. I was amused and bought magnets to spell out sentences. I expected lovers to appear, like spring. fifteen bare windows and the party continued without […]

Your Poetry

deux

By: Courtney Beardsworth

I waited for maturity to crash over my body. il n’y rien de plus apaisant que l’hiver. he felt the same way about winter. I was amused and bought magnets to spell out sentences. I expected lovers to appear, like spring. fifteen bare windows and the party continued without me. I dampened delusions of grandeur, ignoring the fact that free countries would always feel cold. streets disappeared (in the flicker of a moment) making it impossible to run.


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