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Author Name: FreeBleedyBugg 0 Comments
Date Added: August 28, 2017 17:08:29 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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Type: Free Verse
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Black Hole June
Baby's biting bruises..
Blisters, bright & blooming.
Windless whispers,
Little white lies.
Black birds dance,
In deep blue.
Listen, to the lonely child cry...
Momma's kisses stain you;
Seep through goodbyes..
Cautious vacancy-
A dilluted womb..
Secrets unwind time;
Lost to to you..
The buzzing in your ear,
Tells me what to do...

I hate that summer's here....
...i feel my blisters bloom... my 'black hole June'...
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