Cold as a dry cube of ice
sticking to my tongue,
your eyes freeze me
in suspended animation,
a harsh interjection
when all I wanted was a pretty lie,
not the naked truth.
Tags: Cadence, Eric Stephenson, Interjection, Poetry
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