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Contributor: Brittany Zedalis

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We watch a movie,
about ghosts and love,
about truth and justice,
and hear a word.

One word, sticking
with us for the rest
of your life, spoken
in moments of love.

I'm on my knees, in
front of the old and
the new, wind wrapping
its arms around me.

I plead.

But I hear nothing.

There was once a time,
when there was a reply.

I said I love you
and you simply said...


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Brittany Zedalis is a 21 year old married poet who is studying to be an elementary teacher at Francis Marion University. She's been published in a few journals such as The Camel Saloon, Verse Land, Haiku Journal, and Dead Snakes. She loves poetry and loves being able to say in writing what she can't out loud.


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