by Matthew Goff
While on a beach,
when she kissed me with the urgency of a sensitive poison,
I could not help but scatter across the shore-lengths,
the households of my heart,
allowing room only for the remedy,
I looked beyond her and forgot to make room for her smile,
that went unnoticed fading as a shadow on my face.
“The Poetry of Matthew Goff” is the artistic output of a young poet inspired by his own experiences, as well as the work of French Symbolists and Surrealists such as Arthur Rimbaud and Robert Desnos.
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