Love Note on Cheap Paper

by Howard Good

Every day has become
something like crossing

the time zones of hell
a feeling of being sullenly

present in the world
and even then by proxy

when all I only want to see
is what might be seen

if my heart were a lantern
a red tree, blue horses, you

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One response to “Love Note on Cheap Paper

  1. Ali

    Oh, I love this! And i can relate to it rther intensely, if i’m interpreting it correctly :)

    The cumbersome monotony of our enforced reality, when there is something completely difffernt in the world when seen through an inner light?

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