In a dream you saw a Way to Survive by Clementine Von Radics

Clementine von Radics is a poet whose confessional, conversational work has achieved a wide appeal among both traditional and non-traditional poetry audiences. An internationally touring poet, Clementine’s poems have been viewed millions of times on YouTube, and they are the author of two collections, Mouthful of Forevers and Dream Girl. Clementine lives in New York City.

In a Dream You saw a Way to Survive by Clementine Von Radics
but I remember
I remember everything
I was a bird before this
Now
A graveyard
Of the unburied
My healing is ugly
My edges cracked and uninspiring
But still, they are my edges
Still, I am healing
Isn’t that itself a song?
A chorus of rage and gentle.

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