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the word eaten by wind
as I hold the heavy door
turn to catch a whiff
of brunette and hazel
and grey wool and

young young young
slight and slightly

for less time than it takes
swung glass to shut me in
her out
I forget my headache
my debt, dead, day

in scent
in vanilla
in baby powder
something something something

something young


I blog irregularly at TinkerX. I'm also on Twitter. @andyhavens, go figure.

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The following comments are for "Passing"
by andyhavens

Chemistry Response
Woosh...Andy, this is very erotic...creates a perfect visual picture and feeling of that thought...made me feel like an intrusive receptor to your synapse moment.

( Posted by: TheRealKarmaTseringLhamo [Member] On: September 7, 2007 )

Of Debts and Desire

Ha! And here I was imagining this at the door of a deli, thinking all this was about the consumption of desire... nice take on the wind, Lucie :)

Very nice poem, Mr. Havens. I enjoy your moment poetry and especially your detailed sketches. I don't think you've written like this since you first started posting at Lit...

( Posted by: hazelfaern [Member] On: September 9, 2007 )

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