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  July 2021     2 years ago

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Bravely

As I go bravely into the night,
may the fight be worth it.
And though venture deign flight,
may not fear perturb it,
however I be fair and young under the dawning sun,
I know I've just begun the war.
Ist the door to absolute absyllium
willst my...

by B.H. Godby

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know

space unfolds like a horizon blooming
into the medlam ochre, a discreet
array of pifoned happenings and stances-yet-to-come
a derivative, not a derogative-
and i am engulfed by the sudden realization
that life is fragile.
it is a petite renoir
an...

by B.H. Godby

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scouldrons

was a place in the soul where i considered.
it was a long-lost triumph of personality.
in the quaking midriff of absolution i found you there.
there were no trees.
in the desert the men were baking eggs on the scouldrons
and their kamph was as...

by B.H. Godby

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Pour

gander upon the hour,
an iconoclastic reverie
where sedition is a power
and seduction is empathy...
i saw a magistrated notion
that the commotion was not dour
so impetus to write were conclave
like a whiskey sour.
and so the bruscque felt of the...

by B.H. Godby

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