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Friday, October 2, 2015

Childhood 9 : Eighteen (via Fifteen Point Five)

Eighteen (via Fifteen Point Five)

Infinite kindness resides

In corners closed to the world.
Fear of discovery ruins human completeness --
Shit, not again.

The caffeine runs stale in my mouth:
Nightly cravings for spray-dried milk.
The best of times are sometimes
Borrowed ones. I think
Now I can sleep.

It is your childhood that ultimately gives you the strength to be an adult. And hence, with a child-sized poem, I conclude the Childhood series. Much love to you all.


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