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Peace and Other Stories


Fragments of a Formerly Active Sex Life



Exchange
by Gregory Wilde  /  poetry  /  31 Mar 2008

If I could be you,
And you would be me,
You could throw it away,
While I watch T.V.

If I could be you,
And you would be me,
All the lights in this city,
Would be incomplete,
A broken vision insignificant to me,
Dorian Gray took me to tea.

If I could be you,
And you would be me,
I'd fall asleep,
You could take my heart,
Damage ambition for love,
I'd stay at home, insignificantly.

I was a dreamer now a Pied Piper,
A failure ready for disaster.

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