“Hid too well” poem published in Edge of Humanity Magazine.

I’m very happy to say that my poem, “Hid too well” has been published in Edge of Humanity. My gratitude and thanks goes to the editor, Joelcy Kay.

Here’s an excerpt below:

“A closet

my death of the bride

in the moon’s bed;

I take a drink

cut my hair

a body in the bed

outright as a toothbrush…”

You can read the rest of the poem here. As always, I appreciate your thoughts, feedback, and support. ❤

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45 replies

  1. Loved this, so beautifully written!

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  2. This is wonderful Lucy – congratulations!

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  3. Great snippet of poetry, Lucy and congratulations on getting published! Love the lines, “a body on the bed/outright as a toothbrush.”

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  4. congratulations lucy! it is a beautiful poem, and looks like an interesting journal, thanks for sharing the link, i will have to go back and read more… good job!

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  5. That’s wonderful. Congratulations Lucy.

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  6. Way to go, Lucy! Amazing poetry, as always.

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  7. Congratulations!
    Wonderful poem. 🙂

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  8. Many congratulations Lucy…lovely poem ✨

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  9. Congratulations, Lucy! Loved it. ❤️

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  10. Congrats on the publication Lucy!👏👏

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  11. Congratulations, Lucy! I love the edginess of this piece.

    “la de dah she says
    la de die”

    Sleep-mongering in a shoe box – what a delightful turn of phrase 😊💕

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  12. Beautiful poem ☺️ ! Congratulations 👏🎉👏👏

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