barredowl's Lovely Gears-Day Poem

Last summer, as the gibbous moon loomed overhead,
I ventured through the dark thicket, bearing little but a
coat and sweatpants.
At mid-night I approached a clearing, and briefly took solace
underneath the black magnolia tree,
tears drying.

You called my name, and I did not hear.

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