Dearly Departed by Wayne Russell

Inaccessible words,
driven to this point,
madness suits the
dead stars and the
unfeeling universe.

Love departed and
depleted, it did this
not to you, yet to
me, thrown into
terminus oblivion.

This is where wolfs
devour, what remains,
this heartbreaks' for
you, yet you have
moved on, just as
everyone else does.
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About the Poet:

Wayne Russell is or has been many things in his time upon this planet, he has been a creative writer, world traveler, graphic designer, former soldier, and former sailor. Wayne has been widely published in both online and hard copy creative writing magazines. From 2016-17 he also founded and edited Degenerate Literature. In late 2018, the editors at Ariel Chart nominated Wayne for his first Pushcart Prize for the poem Stranger in a Strange Town. “Where Angels Fear” is his debut poetry book published by Guerrilla Genesis Press.

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