Tagged: glance

perhaps at second

perhaps at second
glance, a familiarity,
crossing the decades
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** in the absence of The Daily Post from WordPress, here’s your daily prompt: familiarity

after a few go-

after a few go-
arounds, you learn that some books
can be completely

judged by their covers – walk away,
don’t give them a second glance
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one glance, and i wish

i have disabled the

i have disabled the
power of your most
errant glance, put
away any associations
with which you might
finish me off – the
breathlessness is
also seductive
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lost things have

lost things have
a tendency
to grow
tendrils, dense
and unrestrained.
at a glance, it appears
superfluous, like
a tinseled wreath
of quarreling
afterthoughts,
but any Darwinian
understands the
clever adaptation
for getting
caught, for
succumbing to
memory’s hedge
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chance tucks herself

chance tucks herself
into keyholes, requiring
more than just a
glance to unravel,
the universe fashions
a key the way
we are drawn
to the shiniest
of reflections

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