baroque and tea

United States

“Does such a thing as 'the fatal flaw,' that showy dark crack running down the middle of a life, exist outside literature?"

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baroque and tea (United States) published:

inside

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Inside, the angel sits
In the dreary
Dampened pit
So alone
And crying tears
Of hardened
Crystal fears

3 months ago

baroque and tea (United States) published:

dogs behind fences p1

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Donnie Hartman had tattoos on his arms. He also had tattoos that snaked up his legs and up around his stomach, curling over his shoulders to his back, and right back down to the backs of his ankles. He was always cracking his knuckles and when they cracked, the gaudy rubies on his fingers glinted in the sunlight and his eyebrows knitted close together in the way that they always did, creating a little ravine that ran straight down the...

4 months ago

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baroque and tea (United States) published:

brazen

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angel tears fill rivers full
and pull bulls full/
of broken bones and groans
oh, how Perillos shone
pledged life to the throne
cruel, merciless Rome/
and fell to his death
with one last shuddering breath:
"they'll kill you yet"

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baroque and tea (United States) published:

appetite

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Silver sideways scratching skin
A balustrade,
I quickly fade,
A rib-cage, paper thin

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