Daily Poems: 6 March

March 7, 2013



It doesn’t



to me



this is

the end;


the end

where squid

develop lungs


and learn

how to



an end




it means

to see


is to





the end


sleep is

the only



I need

to make

peace with.


Violet Dahl


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