My whole life I’ve been a dust magnet,
suffocating as I drowned in the particles.
My face fused with the light of the monitor,
and my mind begged for an earthquake.

And I got it.

A scorching asteroid
crashing right in my chest,
scattering the light and dust.

I got what I wanted—
a tremor to break me
away from the screen.

But I’m not sure I like
where the pieces landed.


3 thoughts on “Break

  1. Still my favorite poet! I absolutely love this."My whole life I've been a dust magnet,"It was heart dropping. I don't know if that's a saying, but I'm pretty sure I felt my heart drop when I read that.

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