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In Winter

If I am god then
Why can’t I roll back the stone
And walk right through the morning back home?
Back to the self for which I atone.

People are asleep by the fire—
The snow hits; 
They talk until I’m tired.

I call out for you in the dead quiet,
Still, I don’t know if I'm here alone.
You’re just as bored as I am at home,

In the winter where life is as dead,
As everything I called my own;
You can’t pick up the phone.

I can’t cry for coming so close,
Or let it die without feeling it go.

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  1. Date: 12/23/2015 5:22:00 PM

    Great write Jessica...