The Nightly Die-in by Adam Levon Brown

The Nightly Die-in

Phantasm nights give birth
to lonely days

The nightly die-ins
succumb to strangulation
in the same darkness
which speaks in words
dead-falling in shadowed

There would be hope,
if hope could sing –

though my umber ears
are too blanketed in the snows
of trauma to grasp sounds
of dancing light

Adam Levon Brown Adam Levon Brown is a published author, poet, and cat lover. He is editor of Madness Muse Magazine, and a book reviewer for Five 2 One Magazine. He has over 120 poems published in 11 countries. He has been published in venues such as Burningword Literary Journal.

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