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In every light I’ve tried
It seems I can say I’m fine.
In sun or snow outdoors, in a tiled room in Terre Haute.
My perfume is sour. I try to fumigate the room.

In every word I’ve lied.
I’ve pretended that I won’t die.
In thunder and in rain, pulsing my pelvic floor in vain.
My tune is stale. I try to amuse for now, but

I get that you have lied to me
That’s fine, I don’t mind, though I’ll never know the truth.

I recognize your smile
Out there in the crowds and cold white bathrooms,
Hold on—that is something new.

In every light you hold the word.

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from Everyday, released May 1, 2017

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Strong Force Park District Mood Reorienting Community NGO Unruly Personal/Conceptual Solo Project Chicago, Illinois

Bleary, buying brats in the superstore foyer, filled with wildfire panic and slab-eternal calm, our contestants stand tall in the august April blue (though down, sometimes, it's true, in their rooms). Hard questions raised in the kitchen, maybe after breakfast they'll mentor local pros. Handsome-hearted mudslingers, live to sing another day on some confusion about the W-2s! ... more

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