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Fragments of Divulged


06.21.17 Posted in today's words by

AJ Huffman’s most recent poem to appear here was “Neon Bracelets and Nonsense” (May 2017)

Fragments of Divulged
By AJ Huffman

Time can recall any dream,
shift its intensity until it flashes
like a star, echoes like an absence.

Superstition slithers, a snake lying
in my ear, whispering
lean forward until I fall
face-first into common mortality.

Darkness is a good wound
that can dislocate
desperation. Listening to myself
tick, I wait for the welcoming
shell of solitude to descend.



3 Responses to “Fragments of Divulged”

  1. Excellent! Nicely done!

  2. Frank Adams says:

    I enjoyed your poem – it fits my current mood. I appreciate its many shades and shadows. Thank you for this work.

  3. Superstition slithers, a snake lying
    in my ear, whispering
    lean forward until I fall
    face-first into common mortality.

    I read this three times~~

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