Crystal Korzinsky Chambers
Soiled Sheets - Poem by Crystal Korzinsky Chambers
This laid new for me.
A moment now gone.
Unblemished by any hand.
Even my own.
Virgin ideas soil the blanketed white.
With the birthblood inkly black.
Staining the perfect into
Inhospitable tennents where nothing virgin rents.
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