Parts 1 And 2 - Poem by Douglas Scotney
Having been told
1 had better bury fresh old
1 went to listen to new jazz
and old despair about cocky love's ruinous hold.
1 still had fun with number and rhyme
as memory assailed
and ignorant-of-indifference cocky hold
foretold all the rest in BOLD.
1 would have been happier being controlled
had 1 been asked
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