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Wounded Elephant

By Tru Dillon wounded elephant lumbering in this life lumber heavy slumber sleep wounded elephant crippled deep not body or mind some affliction inside causes the sway causes the decay the way for you to weep “swing low sweet chariot … Continue reading

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Who Forgot the Fudge?

By Tru Dillon June 1, 2010 30 pairs of tiny eyes drill my petrified head Faceless teacher persistent teacher asks where is your fudge? We have just tasted small dark squares presented by a nervous red haired girl Our Mothers … Continue reading

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I do this for you

By Tru Dillon May 21, 2010 The brown rice is cooked until soft I do this for you The bed you lie upon barely feels the weight of your emaciation The rice taken from the flame is left to sit … Continue reading

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Now I see honestly

The More List is long
it extends into encyclopedic range
More, Their More, surrounds me
and if I sneak closer…… I too am More
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Silence and Denial

Cutting back the curtain of silence
Slash and cut this mask of denial
Smash and trample all those who Lie Continue reading

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