Of Jackets and Phones (Death in the Library)

A poem prompted by the beginning of ‘Of Jackets and Phones’:

I am standing in the place,

Of where he used to be;

I'm looking at the place,

Death in the library.

 

Although there used to be

Your sunshine in my rain,

It is now all gone,

And I suppose I am to blame.

The End

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