Tagged: accountability

at arm’s length, we

In a democracy, the voting public must grasp the exacting toll of war.
– Chris Hedges, What Every Person Should Know About War, 2003

at arm’s length, we
nurture fine romances,
perform eagerness
openly, assume we
will not fail, yet
steer clear
of holding ourselves
or one another
accountable. at a
perfectly managed
distance
, we will
barely notice the
growing disconnect
.
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we serial binge

we serial binge
on one another, not yet
learning how to be
accountable
to our needs.
addiction looks
most like an accidental
next – whether your
finger was or was
not on the button
becomes more and more
inconsequential, two
to six conversations in
.
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as long as we hold

as long as we hold
each other accountable
for our reflections,

what you see in me and what
i see in you remains rich
.
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hold one another

time covers

time covers
the story of you
and me like an
investigative
journalist, ready
to expose the
crime of our
singular
fascination,
your luscious
heist, my
sleight of hand.
we are forced
to hold each other
accountable
.
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