I received a very one-of-a-kind entry for the alphabet we use not-so-often -> X
Dr Kate Maxwell, Postdoctoral Researcher in Multimodality and Cultural Change, University of Agder, Norway is the author/poet/creator of this.
In her own words, “I’ve been working with graphics for a few years, but this is my first poem. I’ve had graphic compositions (music) published and performed. I was thinking about all the things I associated with the shape of the letter ‘x’ and it just kind of happened…”
Here is it…
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Here is for alphabet “X”
A Nexus Broken
When friends exchange their status
For lovers, their excitement
has no explanations
they meet in excess
are vexed by each others absence
find any pretext to call each other
words never exhaust their sweetness
their love simply extended from familiarity
romance reaches its climax
the complexities of a relationship
misunderstandings express into anger
toxic looks now replace the earlier intoxication
it all exploded into thin air
nothing left to examine
except the battle of the “ex”es
did their friendship once exist??
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