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In the Pawn Shop

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In the Pawn Shop

Diamonds. How many ways can you chip the edges
off desire
so the facets still inflame fire?

Gold: A treasure 
you starve to afford – a minted 
hunger in the hoard.

Rhinestones: Cheap tears
in the corner of each eye.

Pearls: So many layers
of weeping hardened about a vexed core 
that just keeps growing.

Don’t look behind you at those 
baubles and gems. Why would you want them?
Walk out and shut the door.

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  1. Date: 8/23/2010 7:03:00 PM
    Enjoying this monday night reading, thank you for the read,, enjoyed your write..P.D.