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Poem – Down the Rabbit Hole by Jade Blackmore February 17, 2016

Posted by vscorpiozine in city poems, Jade Blackmore, Uncategorized.
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She walks through the hippest cemetery in America at midnight.
(More beer bottles, fewer bouquets)
“Your boyfriend must be hard to live with,” her heroin addict companion observes,before arguing with the burly security guard at the front gate.
There’s no time to wonder how she got here,
And even less time to get out.

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1. bzniditch - February 17, 2016

Wonderful thinking poe,


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