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    dots Submission Name: mapping the movement of birdsdots

    Author: blackbird
    ASL Info:    31/male/reykjavik iceland
    Elite Ratio:    2.35 - 194/328/300
    Words: 174
    Class/Type: Poetry/Misc
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    dotsmapping the movement of birdsdots

    the grudge of the night
    is the lonely star above of us,
    & how it fades
    into the folding corners of the light.

    how many times
    can we tap at the word trust
    & have it look back at us
    with some sort believable expectation?

    to surrender to the impossible
    is the spark of the young.
    it's a dim circus
    at midday with it's back to us.

    the cold side of the bed
    is a constantly rediscovered country.
    nude, in the blue air
    i pound at my slowing heart

    with it's silver thread
    that's been torn too often
    & replaced with the death
    of my deadly lovers silence.

    the machine of will is turning
    & its circles
    map the movement of the birds
    above me.

    there is a spark in the dark
    that's moving inside me
    & i've grown to fear
    the absence of my fear.

    slow surrender,
    melt into the confines of my chest.
    my veins can't hold the lies of heaven
    i have known.

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