Tango

Poem

And now he needs you.
It’s hard for him to grasp, and even acknowledge.
He knows something is happening to him;
Awareness of who he has always been
Suddenly rushes upon him-
Unwelcome.

He’s dizzy, wondering:
“How do I live from here with this information?”
Questioning every thought process,
Second guessing every action,
He feels like a child again-
With the cares of a man.

The grip of the disease,
It urges him to let me go, for my own good.
Allow one last act of control,
To make amends and set me free.
But our addictions meet-
In a dance.

 

more by VK LYNNE

photograph by Brooke Cagle

 

 

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VK Lynne

VK Lynne is a writer and musician from Los Angeles. She penned the award-winning web series 'Trading on 15', and her writing has been published in Image Curve, The Elephant Journal, GEM Magazine and Guitar Girls Magazine. She has authored lyrics for three of her own solo albums and for the bands Vita Nova, stOrk, and The Spider Accomplice.

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