14 March 2011
the things that are made to be broken
that are made to be broken--
teacups, hearts, bones,
carelessly from porch
swing wood slats,
records, lps, plates,
dreams hung out to dry
wooden staffs, twigged
can't break the broken things, can't untend what's already won.
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