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Joel Duncan Poems
I met love
Love greeted me at the park exit. She was no stranger. She had graced me with her presence once before. I felt my pulse leap.
Step into their shoes
Take a good look into my eyes, What do you see? What's the difference between you and me? You think because I'm gay I must like you too,
Go on then, Put a bullet in my head, It doesn't matter that I'm dead, I need to get off to bed.
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(4 April 1928 - 28 May 2014)
(March 26, 1874 – January 29, 1963)
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I met love
Love greeted me at the park exit.
She was no stranger.
She had graced me with her presence once before.
I felt my pulse leap.
This time she affected a whole different part of me I didn't know existed.
My heart beat grew stronger,
Pushing against my ribcage hoping for a way to escape.
I closed my eyes as if that would hide me.
The angel of beauty was a luxury you have to witness for yourself.
Love didn't have to talk to harness my attention and tie it to her.
Every movement cast a spell on me that I couldn't shake away.
I already longed ...