Here’s another moving poem by The Feathered Sleep. I read this one a few times now and it really hits me.

Our outstretched arms slowed and folded when you were born we didn’t know how to parent your screams or those red-eyed moments when longingly we looked to strangers or even, empty benches It wasn’t a lack of love maybe a lack of duty you see, we weren’t taught in our irregular and ragged growing […]

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