such a little death
like a stone inside a shoe
— t. l. cummings
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Perfect little image.
Each death a stone, a memory –
Blame traditions to honor the dead.
yes! Well done.
I didn’t think my comment a verse, but I guess it could be 😉
So thanks – I’ve copied it now.
Odd how the ghost of a memory weighs so heavily.
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