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Testament

Kettled by mass and slow-building infinity, solitude begs nothing of stone and receives a woman through to which to flesh out its lone, fretted hymn and testament. #64 from Untitled Film Poems Image by Cindy Sherman

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Juliet in Purple

In the purple gloam, stone terrace mourns the loss of Juliet’s nightcalls.

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Metamorphosis

On the day I was turned to stone all mirrors were instantly abolished and silence became that gilded golden thing I had heard so much about and the stillness of time slowed to a moist chafing pardon where I was … Continue reading

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