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Needles

I tell my husband how I saw needles, …   This is an excerpt of Amalie Flynn’s new poem Needles. To read the rest, go to her Wife and War blog at http://wifeandwar.wordpress.com/2013/12/09/needles/ Advertisements

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9/11: Day One Hundred Seventy Two

And we kept taking notes, because He did not stop, and we did not stop Because we knew that if we stopped We would fail.

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9/11: Day One Hundred Seventy One

But this was law school, and we were In class and the professor was talking. He was still talking to us about law, About liability and claims and intent.

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9/11: Day One Hundred Fifty Eight

And the professor was lecturing, Talking about liability and claims And the intent to do harm.

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9/11: Day Eighty Six

But life is not law.

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9/11: Day Eighty One

I was going to be a lawyer, This life of rules and codes Where everything has a place. That is what I thought.  

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