Houston

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This poem is about Houston.

Submitted: January 25, 2017

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Submitted: January 25, 2017

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Houston

 

Wake up during the midst a breeze, Houston.

Walk outside to raining trinkets, try, and catch

one but miss its tiny soul, Houston.

Drain out the tears inside your own heart and

follow the lonely shadow that overseas you,

Houston.

Erase the seven sins that trapped your

soul in the house of disparity, Houston.

Cut down the fence that tells the

messenger not to carry the sun to her

dome, Houston.

Release the hands that tell you not to

dream and wash away the glass bottle

that tells you not to see your own feelings,

Houston.

And from day to noon and evening to

darkness you scratch the ship in the

portrait that lost the crying river until

there is nothing left, Houston.


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