Lisa Marie Mottert
The Coat - Poem by Lisa Marie Mottert
Covered me with elegant charm
Shielded from the winds of harm
You had my back, I put you away-
Hanger bending, garment disarrayed.
I ventured one day into the bright blue sky
Forever gone, you whispered a sigh-
Landing a new home in a dusty thrift store
Happily you'll live refreshed and worn.
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