Best Poem of S.J. Perron

Alone She Shines The Brightest
Hung in darkness And only when full do I shine.
In a Vacuum of silence frozen, baron, and dry.
Other heavenly lit bodies which I see from here
Course with thermal magma, or bubbling warm blood of all living things, on land and in the seas.
Balls of plasma fusion, flames and can even be scoped in pairs and married in . . .
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Mirror Above My Bathroom Sink
Mirror mirror hanging above my bathroom sink,
Ashamed to look at this same old sad face, and sick of hearing lies and distorted reflections when I think.
My eyes once sharp and sure, bright grey and green.
Ever now glassed over bloodshot and shifty.
Dark circles below, stinging from oozing tears, and salty sweat . . .
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