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    dots Submission Name: Varietydots
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    Author: saartha
    ASL Info:    27/F/US
    Elite Ratio:    4.01 - 230/393/145
    Words: 150
    Class/Type: Misc/Misc
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    dotsVarietydots
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    Affection

    Oh, it was all only
    some small thing—

    a little crack
    in the shale heart

    into which
    the river flowed.



    Connection

    Planes lifting, buffeted
    in the vast plumes and billows of air

    I sometimes think I see
    what Van Gogh painted,
    that untameable whirl

    I stand, stretch—
    feel the forest of my body
    become trees, each atom
    wild and disparate

    congregated, earthbound
    if only by habit.



    Salve

    Here, the ounce of quiet
    I daily dole out to myself.

    In this
    I’m a practiced pharmacist,
    the most skilled doctor.

    A soporific stupor,
    the laxness of muscle
    and a softening of bone.

    Forget a medicine
    for melancholy, who needs it?

    Ounce after ounce
    piling up like soft snow.




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