Cherry jump

Travel Size - Poem by Cherry jump

You’re small
You’re stuck behind my insides
Or now just a memory
That takes the form of a lump in my throat
Or a butterfly bouncing around my stomach
It’s hard to breath

You’re big
You’re always right behind me
And I still have that little souvenir
That you left behind
It’s so small
Your heart, that is
Made of silicon and iron
It fits snugly in my pocket

A part of you that’s travel size

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, October 11, 2005

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