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Glenn Ingersoll

I am so common,
filled by wishes used to loneliness,
levers against ever. Elsewhere
a woman looks, and across her
I confess.


RJ, I'll have something to say about your poems in Digerati but still thinking. Short version: Liked 'em.


Ha! That's interesting. I quite like "levers against ever." We're looking at an actual companion poem, I think.

I'm curious as to your Digerati opinion, but take your time with that thinking thing. Neither you nor me nor the poems are going anywhere.



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