Rash's Poetry House

Dearheart, Have You Ever Understood?

The image reflected
back --
distorted panes --
a funhouse mirror
loss of pride.

A single wine glass,
half tasted,
warms next to an untouched plate,
chilled in the post
of a year
ailing toward a peace
first-snow promises,
not yet blanketed
in the shroud
that dulls an ugliness
struggling to continue.

Guttering candles
false glow on a serenely
frozen smile.

A table set for one seen through a rain-streaked window

Shadow Woman
Pretend Once More
They Never Brought Flowers
Morning Desire
Dearheart, Have You Ever Understood?
Hold Me With Your Voice
The Solace of Chocolate
When the Immune System Refuses to Work
Candles Shimmered in the Darkened Room
Lillith Poems
You Have to Kiss a Lot of Frogs

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