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Elaine Ruth White
Long after, I taste myself
on your mouth, long after that.
After blue, after blue veil breaths
dissolve and still clinging skin cells moth.
After damp, after damp film dries
and the stuttering afterglow dims, then dies.
After you’ve gone
long, long after that
the camera’s still rolling.
Inspired by the film technique used by Michelangelo Antonioni
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