Half of a poem

There are no angels where

the artist goes. He is not afforded the luxury of wantonly

dancing with hope,

his god,

the film-like shade of an early death and horse

betting and his soul wrenches sick like

a bag-piping

elderly amyl-less grandfather

clock.  His fate bears only

what you need.

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