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Notches

Drunk
Breathing
Tension easing

A shove
A name
Momentary pain

And then I know that once again
I’ve made a choice I can’t reclaim
Like every time that’s come before
I feel the sense of self deplore
That washes through my damaged mind.
I loathe that I had gone to find
A man who could affirm my worth 
When all I knew I’d gain is hurt. 

And as I bid that man adieu
All I think about 
Is you.

Copyright © Robin Legg | Year Posted 2017

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