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February 24, 2007
we sat outside in the dark and waited for the crumbling sound of his wheels on the pavement. we pulled grass out of the cracks in the sidewalk, and skipped pebbles while we perched there on the curb, waiting to be lifted and taken away.
it's still lying if you leave it out.
is it ever okay to lead someone into that dark swell of tide? i cannot say i am any better, or any more glorious than you,
but i know that you don't mean it when you apologize,
and sorry is nothing but a stone in your mouth.
a heavy, common stone.