Infancy

Poem By Anthony Dawson

I wish I could run back to be branches in the sky

where gums offered teeth.

Everyone is naked in the seasons so I terminate my eyes.

The echo of infancy delivers me to limbo;

the theatre of adulthood

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Memories: the faces of anticipation.

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I dig the phrase terminate my eyes


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