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    dots Submission Name: Date nightdots
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    Author: expiring_touch
    ASL Info:    30/f/Hamburg
    Elite Ratio:    4.03 - 137/243/158
    Words: 162
    Class/Type: Poetry/Misc
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    dotsDate nightdots
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    You will come in less than an hour, and I
    should be getting ready, hair, make up, well-groomed,
    extra glass
    of gin to calm down the nerves,
    but this sudden tickle stays
    and my nails
    annoy me
    needing an extra coat.

    Coach say, go out, half-fainting, don’t save
    yourself, you won’t die and I
    am trying to apply
    the same thing -- also what
    ee cummings said, ha ha
    don’t be afraid, despise
    fear
    in all
    its wicked forms.

    The traffic roars annoyance.
    whats wrong with these cars?
    these drivers who cannot drive?
    these officials
    who cannot keep
    a single appointment?
    it’s lurking beneath,
    my contempt, my prejudice, against my knees
    prodded up on the balcony. A hot bath,
    on the brink of faith,
    in the end
    why do I care what no one thinks?
    or anyone? Pour me a glass of gin!




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