Vaccuum You Created Poem by Janet Macon

Where are you?
I miss the sweet breath of yesterday
The netting in which I was wrapped.
The breath has turned stale
The netting is sharp and brittle
And you are laughing.
Your kindness has turned to cruelty
I’m suffocating now
not from your touch
but from the vacuum you created.


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