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T.L.D.
by Daniel Chapman

Saturday, July 24, 2004
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Erode, my love,
Fall apart,
Buried in a rusty tin
They call a heart...

Kill, my world,
Make them dead,
These worms that slither
Through your head...

Die, my dear,
Run away,
And hope to live
Through one more day...

Fall, my beauty,
Fall from grace,
Fall into
A better place...


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Reviewed by C. McGovern-Bowen 7/24/2004
Darkly pensive mood well conveyed here. The direct, simple beauty of your verse is refreshing. Well done. PS-- hope the heart heals...
Reviewed by Ronald Hull 7/24/2004
You can't kill with poetry. I wouldn't recommend doing it any other way, either.
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