Coins

This is our final poem by guest Gabe Jacobs. We’re sorry to see him go, but exciting news: Briana Herr, or “Booboo” as she’s known, is our guest poet for April! Please give Gabe a fond farewell today and Booboo a hearty welcome next week.

There are two sides to every coin

But the value doesn’t differ

Every other hand holds truth

With none more true than another

 

Heads pound and pump policy

Tail feathers prominent and proud

Peacock pecking orders prove

That all people prefer perfect

Black and white

Infallible

Unforgiving

Good and evil

 

Only to be disappointed time and time again.

My name is Gabe Jacobs, I am terrified of inadequacy. I miss Anthony, and I believe Michael Bay was Shakespeare in a past life.

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