Jack And Sally - Poem by Daniel Thomason
Stitch my heart with the woes you've created,
So it may let me know you love me,
Your inability to feel in an impossible rumor,
Because your eyes say otherwise,
Our hearts thread dreams like mystical spider-webs,
Under a lifeless sky towards birth,
Let us sing to the moon our tricky sonnets,
So it may open each door.
Those unissued dwellings.
So everyday may be our own liberty.
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