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To Time Travel by The Black Bile

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By: The Black Bile

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In the spirit of art and poetry, we’re featuring “To Travel Time,” a poem by The Black Bile.

This will also be featured in the July issue of The Burgundy Zine, along with another poem by The Black Bile.

Secondhand Smoke On A Summer Night.

Again Now, I’m A Traveler Of Time.

Though What Was Mine Has Died

And What Has Mind Has Lied,

Forgotten Yet Still Inside,

Your World Suppresses Me Again.

Sometimes I Get That Taste…..

Like Time Travel On The Tip Of My Tongue,

Tastes Like Dirt.

Checkout The Black Bile on Write Out Loud to read more of their poetry!

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