Tell Me A Story, Mother - Poem by Alistair Adkinson
Tell me a story, mother,
and then put me to bed.
My friends have gone to heaven, all,
but my God is dead.
Bits of me scatter
and float around your head.
My friends have gone to heaven, all.
Where have I gone, instead?
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