All In One Night - Poem by Luke Harbur
A wise and old circle of women who understood the struggle behind my dark storybook character.
An aged woman who loved a man
with an invisible mask of secrets.
The movie which reminded me one day,
and will love
to love forever.
The taste of a crispy Walleye and my father's share of a harsh family circle.
My dazed confusion.
Later I took the key ring
and glided in familiar paved squares
which made me feel
like a lab rat
looking for reinforcement.
My reward came.
Through my parent's goodnight
and Paolo's song.
This was my night,
of finally knowing another.
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