As I Lay Dying

Poor Robert,
His mother is all eyes now
Fierce flashes of not-yet
Followed by gray clouds asking when?
He thinks to hold her close, to fold himself around her
To say, It’s time mama,
Time to let go

To spindle her with morphine and rock her to sleep
On the ebb of an endless sea

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