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Medusa by Lee Evans

Lee Evans | Jan 14th, 2021 | poetry | No Comments

Poem

MEDUSA

Don’t gaze in the mirror, my love–
Whatever that mirror may be.
A fable will blind your sweet eyes,
And turn you to stone as you grieve.

When you crave impossible things,
Remember the price you must pay:
Conceiving yourself, you conceive
Your old age and death and decay.

Poet Bio

Lee Evans lives in Bath, Maine and works at the local YMCA.

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