What happens to repairs deferred?
Are they fixed
Magically over night?
Or fester and build up—
Does it accumulate 'til
The pre-Thanksgiving weekend—
When all family's due?
Maybe they just seep
And molder and crack.
Or do they explode?
- Richard Hugo HouseBoard Member, 2011 - present
- MozContent Crafter, present
- PortentSenior Content Strategist, 2012 - 2014
- Isla McKetta, MFANovelist and Reviewer
- Goddard College
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