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Nov 2013
The air your lips used to warm
as you'd breathe into mine,
has become too cold
from the space
you left between us.

I warm my own air
with flames
set from the peelings
of a burning heart
you threw away
in a rusted can.

I don't remember winter ever being so cold.
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ᗺᗷ  California
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