Patti Masterman


Poems of Patti Masterman

1. A 17th Century Curse 3/5/2011
2. A Beakers Full of Love 4/6/2010
3. A Bear Came To Dinner 6/15/2011
4. A Beautiful Man's Mind 9/5/2011
5. A bullet for Lenin 9/20/2011
6. A Catalogue Of Insomnia 4/11/2010
7. A circular circumvention 6/18/2012
8. A Corpse 4/10/2010
9. A Death That Grieves No Stranger 4/11/2010
10. A diadem of dust I wear 3/8/2012
11. A Dialectic 4/17/2010
12. A Dream 4/2/2010
13. A Dream For You 9/5/2011
14. A Fable 4/11/2010
15. A Face Looks So Carnivorous 7/23/2010
16. A Faith of No Regrets 4/18/2010
17. A Fatal Proposition 1/15/2011
18. A Few Beads and Feathers 4/19/2010
19. A Few More Cubits 7/10/2011
20. A Few Quarks 4/20/2010

Anti-Love Poem #1

When you've loved someone,
As much as you're capable of,
Just let them go. Even better,
Don't write about them- ever.
If you must, let it be once only
And let that be as their epitaph.
Let the seasons and the wind
Sweep away the painful memories
Don't try to re-start fire from a faded puff of smoke.

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