(c) Geoffrey Wren
I Told You I hung us. I strung us. The rope-a-dope stylist is the real alchemist. Did you think it gave you a new instinct? I’ve knives made from railroad ties and seen things besides the truth and its lies. I tried to warn you before but you wrote your life unsure of its contents and missteps and flagrant regrets. The stylist is upset by things she can’t reset while you sit knowing a youth misspent that you won’t accept and we all have the proof. I can cut you or cut you, or cut you and cut you but nothing will stop me from you as I tell you I told you so. Twitter: @aikonnorb Norb Aikin is the author of Mutants and 100 (Eliezer Tristan Publishing). He is a Mental Health activist originally from Buffalo, NY and now lives in Cortland, NY. His work has appeared in various online publications, including Pink Plastic House and Fevers of the Mind. A Fevers of the Mind Quick-9 Interview with Norb Aikin 3 Poems from Anthologies by Norb Aikin 2 Poems from the Fevers of the Mind Press Presents the Poets of 2020 by Norb Aikin BOOKS to Read in 2021: Mutants by Norb Aikin
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