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Two weeks

Two weeks

Midst night it breaks,
like a
potent fire;
does not put out.
Sweet
white
harmony dissipates.
Love was,
“Betrayal,” meet “Desire.”
Plural eyes her life’s force renew.
Resurrection, hurry along,
woah, do me do.
Chaste the lark, unsung the blues,
warming lyric palettes, cooling lusty hues.
Two weeks, recall, I was so into you.
“Ah! Love, you know why it cannot be you.”

 

By ΠιCΘLΣ

Life is short, so let’s be decent.

25 replies on “Two weeks”

Thanks so much for reading it. You have no idea how many times I deleted and resurrected this thing, thinking no one would like it. I’m very surprised at the response. Your support means a lot, thank you.

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Thanks so much for that. I never thought of doing that with this poem, but those iron on Tshirt labels were on my list of projects, so I am grateful for the idea. Be well, my Angel.

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Direct printing is always more durable than an iron on, but you can use the same plastisol ink on paper printed in reverse treated with a special adhesive powder for an iron on. Either one would work – it’s just so pretty it looks like it should be printed on something! Have a wonderful night as well xo

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Thanks for this information. I have been asking around but only got limited information. Some of my colleagues coach sports teams and do this a lot using inkjet printers, etc. I could get direct printing but I’ll have to ask a company to do it and it’ll cost a fortune and take too much time just for a look see. Your input is much appreciated, as usual. x

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