With Raspberry by A.J. Huffman

lemonade cupcake crumbs sugaring

my tongue, teaching me the value of savoring.

Sweetness is undervalued in the belligerent typhoon

of daily diatribic relations.  Coldly

we bounce about our self-

indulgent desires.  Flitter flipping through random

[e]motions until they ring, irrelevant, in ears that refuse

to welcome the softer textures of light

                                                             ly layered details.

Overlooked they melt atop the density of desire, hoping

this time not to get lost in the dementia of consume.


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Jeremiah Walton

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