thief.

thief
into the deathmongering
don’t be a charmer

the moon eats your face
it’s a cut into the fire
an outgrown orchid
the young girl’s moon

Don’t look for me
I won’t look for you.

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Written 5/27/2021.



Categories: Poetry, Prose

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32 replies

  1. Nice. This poetry is so creative and abstract. 🥰

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  2. I love the brevity and cutting language of the piece!

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  3. light
    to night
    the fright
    is marla like
    !

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  4. “Don’t look for me.
    I won’t look for you.” That’s such a damn good line, amazing job!

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  5. Lucy, I seriously feel like I need some exegesis on many of your poems, including this one. It’s fascinating – I know it’s beautiful, I can feel that it’s beautiful, but I am so often not quite sure what it’s about!


    David

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  6. So short and yet so crisp and lovely! I love the imagery; the feelings and lives packed into the exacting words and the little piece of love it steals out of me.

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  7. Abstractly pointed, and this line stirred my imagination ….
    “the moon eats your face”

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  8. “The moon eats your face” There are so many people I want to say that to that I want it on a t-shirt please ❤

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  9. Love the imagery, it adds so much depth to the words

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  10. “The moon eats your face, it’s a cut into the fire” What a line! It’s amazing how you put in so many emotions without saying too much. Loved every line of this ❤❤

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  11. Thieves are so often charmers. I enjoy being befuddled by the narratives you present, Lucy. A feeling of something being so over, it needs a new word for over. ❤

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