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Regression Sickness Part I

from Twelve Nights by Harrison Lemke



or, Words We Learned from a French Philosopher Come Back to Haunt Us in Real Life


Lights blear in the awnings
ornamented lawns from every angle yawning;
sickly neon flowers,
perennially blooming hyperreal intrusions.

Past selves litter the hallway,
linger in the stairway, chase us from the driveway.
Things we called forgotten,
disappointing habits disinterred & rotten,
optimistic progress we thought we'd made but wrongly.


from Twelve Nights, released January 30, 2013
Harrison Lemke - guitar, vocals, drum sampling & programming, wind chimes, radio




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