Andrew Sutcliffe

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Your Side-Effects - Poem by Andrew Sutcliffe

Life is not the same
Since you took away my pain,
Gave me nightless sleeps,
And stole my heart like Keats’s

You can have all of me you need
So long as I still breathe
The breath of your nearness
Which makes blurry clearness

Like a defining strife
Heats my drive

And now I am changing lives

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, August 7, 2005

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