Garrett Beget

(Eugene, Oregon)

Mirrors For Marceau - Poem by Garrett Beget

Inside out.... a mistake
Silently speaking...I rest
Mistakenly right...a fake
Repeatedly different...I detest
Blind voyeur...I stare
Wildly calm...too sedate
Faithfully care
Bored stiff...I create
Inch tall...enough
Never sometimes...too sore
Quietly tough
Outside more

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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