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Trust issues

I'm snowing in
On the east coast
Sunday afternoon to Tuesday
People who go to work
in wintertime
Know you can't get it
Any better than this
Walking around the house
Drinking red wine
Drinking green tea
Drinking ginger tea
Writing poems
But I feel like
Life is an incomplete picture
Without you
You don't see us together
Because you don't want
To see us together
I can please you as much as
I can hurt you
But I always welcome
your feminine charm
To tame and absorb my roughness
You told me I should move on
While too many questions
Left unanswered
But I still feel like
Life is an incomplete picture
without you.
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Submitted by mossmjacques on February 01, 2021

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Moss M Jacques

Moss M.Jacques lives in the New York metropolitan area. He is the recipient of many literature prizes in his early twenties both in France and the US. Moss M.Jacques was best known in the circles where he grew up for his talent of reciting poems and a great passion for arts and literature. His poems have been published in many anthologies. His upcoming book: Sugarplum Selected poems on Life, Love and the Human condition will be available during the second quarter of this year. website: www.mossmjacquespoetry.com more…

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