Tag Archives: remembering

Pass On by Michael Lee

When searching for the lost remember 8 things 1. We are vessels. We are rooms. We are so much less important than the things inside of us. We are circuit boards swallowing the electricity of life upon birth. It wheels through us … Continue reading

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Bread and Music by Conrad Aiken

Music I heard with you was more than music, And bread I broke with you was more than bread; Now that I am without you, all is desolate; All that was once so beautiful is dead. Your hands once touched … Continue reading

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Private Parts by Sarah Kay

The first love of my life never saw me naked There was always a parent coming home in half an hour Always a little brother in the next room. Always too much body and not enough time for me to … Continue reading

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A Handful of Thyme by May Sarton

“What are you doingNow the end is not far?Remembering? Ruing?”“No rue, my dear.” “Are you still seeding?”“Now and then I do.”“You are frail for weeding,And the weeds grow.” “Yes, the weeds flourish.Too brief the hoursWhen I can still nourishPoems or … Continue reading

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