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Nov 2020
I once mistook the fresh soil
you poured
down my throat
for butterflies.
But love should not
crawl
deep inside you
And tie
your vocal chords
in knots.

Gardens now infest my lungs
in the same ****** place
where you carefully
dug yourself
a grave.
I make bouquets
with the flowers
that burst
from the rotting marrow
of your
bones.
            β€”β€œyour absence taught me fertility”
my Instagram is @macyforte if you want to see more poetry
Written by
Macy Forte  16/F/california
(16/F/california)   
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