Poetry

Angelica Fuse – Two Poems

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Bandages

remove them
one by one
like a dress
on moonlight-filled night

take away
what covers me until
you see
there is no face
hidden beneath.

 

Staircase Life

I‘ve had millennia
of climbing
like Sisyphus
rolling a stone up
the hill
guarding my liver
with each quivering
step

waiting for the vista
found above.


Angelica Fuse is an unquiet voice. Her words can be read at Outlaw Poetry, Dead Snakes, and many other sites.


 

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1 Comment

  1. Sofia Kioroglou

    July 26, 2016 at 5:18 pm

    Brilliant!

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