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Judy Grahn - If You Lose Your Lover

If you lose your lover
rain hurt you. blackbirds
brood over the sky trees
burn down everywhere brown
rabbits run under
car wheels. should your
body cry? to feel such
blue and empty bed dont
bother. if you lose your
lover comb hair go here
or there get   another

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Poet: Judy Grahn
Poem: If You Lose Your Lover
Volume: Work of a Common Woman
Year: Published/Written in 1977
Poem of the Day: Jun 15 2007
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