Sometimes Your Ears
are some things in life we just put up with. They
may annoy but not enough.
a sound that sets your teeth on edge. How does it
surprising how much we can sense by tone and pace
when we can’t truly make
out what’s being said.
into a conversation—what, not who, is talking?
is it that the question she asked me on the subway
don’t tirades work?
is it that flowers like simple daffodils, bound with a
rubber band, deliver a
kiss with just a handoff?
make out the words
Russ Jones reporting
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