Hollow Lullabies

Hollow Lullabies

A Poem by Caitlyn Lacovara

  

Inconsistency is my only religion

Coerced into practice, not preached

Praying on my hands and knees;

While the clock strikes six twice

The brooding brain wakes

Caressed by intangibly toxic love

Amongst the banter of the city walls:

 

I wouldn’t know what normal was

Even if it etched its way into my flesh

Like the tattoo stained on my shoulder.

© 2019 Caitlyn Lacovara


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Added on October 12, 2019
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Caitlyn Lacovara
Caitlyn Lacovara

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A 24-year old enamored of poetry, hoping to share her poems with the world and publish her work. Check out my new book, The Second Coming available now on Amazon for only $7.00, selling fast. h.. more..

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