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4.41

andrew walshe 1986 (Toronto)



Our loves a heart
Beating and bleeding
Blood’s flow
thats our part
Above’s headstart
Reruns
Want’s needing
Crying for
more and less
At once
Riled up
Confusions heating
Way more just than a lot on our plate
An overflowing cart
Iron pressed
Pronounced pleating
Spacetime fabric’s pleading
Between small lines
Still reading
Macro and micro
Grateful and Grounded
Looking up
Or in
we know no ceiling
Thank God for healing
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