the iniquities of my home

Bridget Boylan

 

 

design with integrity              functionality
lends a living room                 a tangible plan
modern lines target                the needs of space

 

 

critical impulse            | |            the garden
touch me on your
baughman sofa            | |            the center
but not too much
it’s for sale                    | |            the modern home

 

 

when you touch me
something gets lost
between your fingers
and my skin

 

 

we listen to mechanical organ on the radio
at out tulip table across from one another
in complete silence, bewildered halves

 

 

 

Bridget Boylan is a poet/musician living and working in Philadelphia. Her work has been published in Metatron and Hyphen literary magazine. You can listen to her music on SoundCloud, and find her on Twitter.

 

Image by Jenny McDonald.

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