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The Road to Liberation Road
Poem by A.J. Huffman
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The Road to Liberation Road
Poem by A.J. Huffman

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The Road to Liberation Road

by A.J. Huffman

runs parallel to Suspicion Avenue, takes
a sharp right at Evidence Lane, follows
the predictable path of Depression Circle
before finally merging onto the Anger Expressway.
Cruise control evaporates like yesterday’s ghosts,
blown away by an onslaught of possibilities.
Top and hammer down, inevitable collision replaces
old scars with new. Blood and metal
shine like afterbirth. Traveler emerges as phoenix,
takes flight into tomorrow, knowing the wind
will erase memory’s flame.


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