Aubade

I wake easy, hands in the air—barring yet reaching
toward (Yes?) a shroud of flesh—but not from a nightmare.

When I dream of lovers, I rarely see faces: a little


breath or I know them by hands alone. It’s better
if we never touch. Then witness as if I’m an offing. But


how would you know? I wouldn’t. And that’s what matters.
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