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Jen Snow May 13
Usted
Saber
Me
Trató

A
Conseguir
Mi
Palabra

Derecho
Para
Usted

Mi
Español
Ser
Oxidado

Convertir
Fuera
Nos
Dos

Ser
Jugar
Diferente

Juego

Debería haber
Ver
Se
Temprano

Algunas veces

Usted
Tener
A
Paso
Volver

Amor

A
Ver

Verdad

Para

Que
Lo
Po­r qué
Donde

Se
Realmente

Ser
Jen Snow May 13
That
Feeling

When
Someone
Who

Was

Is
No
Longer

A
Part

Of

Ap­art
From

Gone

Then
All
You

Can
Be

Is

Disappointed

In
Knowing
Their

Truth
Jen Snow Apr 30
Hard
To
Fathom

In
Between
States

Atomic
Poetry

X-ray
Images

Convey
To
Him

My
Love

Visual

To
My
Verbal

Literal

My
Nuances
Confuse

I
Want
To
Learn

His
Language

Without
All
The

Gloved
Masked
Digital
Distance

Just

Love

In­
The
Time

Of

Covid
Views from a Pandemic
Jen Snow Apr 26
Used
To
Be

A
Tough
Job

Lots
Of
Faces

Everyday

Look
Through
My
Window

Happy
Busy
Hurt
Sad
Angry
Crazy

Faces

****
Changed
ALOT

Even
Bad
Days

I
Didn’t
See
This much

Now

I
Hate
My
Window

It’s the same face looking in
Every day
Every other
*******
Minute

Running down the hall

Bodies
Machines
Yelling
Screaming
Crying

Silence

Whole hallways of silence

Waiting
For their government ride
To pick them up

I’m
Tired of
Death
Looking in
My
Window
Transgressive freeverse
Jen Snow Apr 26
Things
Are
Different

Can’t
See
My
Neighbors

Faces

Zoom
Meetings

Friends

Far
Away

Virtual
TV
Dinner
Coffee
Dates

Marathons
And
Bicycle
Races

Online

My
Digital
Self

More
Real

Than
Me
IRL

Even

My­
iPhone
Doesn’t
Know

My
Face

My
Digital
Heartbeat
O2
Shopping
Travels

Tell
The
World

And
Google

Of
My
Transgressions
Transgressive freeverse
Jen Snow Apr 22
I
Watch
You

Beautifully
Blur

Streaming
Conscious
Thought

Hummingbird
Style

Intricate
Designs
Linking

Universe
To
Star

You
Make
Poetry

Only

Few
Can
See

Fewer
Can­
Read

I
Love

Being

In
Your
Flow
Jen Snow Apr 10
Looking
Out

Only
Sky

All
This
Time

Lost

Watching
White
Trucks

Carrying
Empty
Husks

On
To
Eternity

Am

I

The
Only
One

Who

Can

See
This
Travesty

?
Views from a pandemic
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