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Tattoo

I wear my apologies on my left wrist,
because you’ll never be right–

–handed to me was the blame, for another.
Not myself.

I am your fault.
You won’t take the blame.
Not for any of it.

I wear my apologies on my left wrist.
I can’t remove them.
Or you.

I’ll never be right.

Originally published @ vox poetica 6/7/13
A reading can be heard here.

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