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Afterthought 212—Hollow Holophrase

Posted in curtal sonnet by maggie on 2015/06/10
 
           holophrase: a word functioning
                as a phrase or sentence,
                as the imperative Go!     Go! It's what you've said you want to do but need someone to blame your quitting on. Don't let me keep you waiting. Goodbye. Damn! Unwanted guests don't do as told to when I bid them split. But you? You're gone before the word echoes my solitude. Why? Love . . . there, that's the word for you, for the one never-ending phrase I will know. But I'm fine left behind hearing no reply.                 You wanted this. Go!
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