I Never Fully Wept by Mike Zone

When my mother died
I didn’t feel, like I could fully cry
my father had a mother, he could cry to
at nearly one-hundred years old
I didn’t
all I had was several women
one-hundred miles away, a town away, across town and married
all proudly taken in some way
asking me, if there was anything they could do

Michael Zone is the author of Fellow Passengers: Pubic Transit Poetry, Meditations & Musings and Better than the Movies: 4 Screenplays. His work has been featured in Because Eileen, Dead Snakes, Horror Trash Sleaze, In Between Hangovers, Sick Lit Magazine, Three Line Poetry, Triadae Magazine and The Voices Project. He scrapes by in Grand Rapids, MI

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