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Harrison Abbott

Weary Castle Via the steppe, there’s a castle haunted, Clutching its grace under the rain. And yet, the stars have it embargoed Beyond these tumbling clouds, Wary to allow visibility through, Lest a new command should take the turrets, Spilling … Continue reading

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Harrison Abbott

By Daylight Where is the violence? It never leaves, far, Beyond our approach Or settled eyes, Wavering in the loom. How we spread our Droopy tiredness And liven our horror By daylight. Each inquisition Alters chronology like None other, and … Continue reading

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Harrison Abbott

Hush   How each life shall burst Tumbling on the lie, the vanity. How they squabble for words With dripping chins exhausted. How to fellow each the lights Resembling ore by glittering; The myriad simmering Out on the hill plains; … Continue reading

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Harrison Abbott

Progeny When you’d dealt your painting your word Had nothing to the scope of the victory, And the grace you had was left, buoyant and Sad by the rush of the same ocean wrong-sided To your old and real Home, … Continue reading

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