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    [post_content] => Take it from a cup, or bag, or
maybe from behind your ear.
Press down the rounded edge,
not the opening.

Watch the spring compress then relax,
ink building up at the metal tip.
Let it fall onto the fall white surface,
scrape it across the page,
fill the troughs with feeling.

There, now you've used a pen.
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Penning My Thoughts

Elaine Choy

Take it from a cup, or bag, or
maybe from behind your ear.
Press down the rounded edge,
not the opening.

Watch the spring compress then relax,
ink building up at the metal tip.
Let it fall onto the fall white surface,
scrape it across the page,
fill the troughs with feeling.

There, now you’ve used a pen.