lonely bones


lovely, really. wrapped in skin and sin
-new in their own marrow. sorrow
seeps in, gnaws deep. once the
closet’s been swept, there’s nothing
…………………………………left to keep.



inspired by Shawna. 

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3 Responses to lonely bones

  1. the last ember eye says:

    Man, that was a good movie. Love what you did with sinew/sin new/si(gh) new.

    “sorrow — new in their own marrow … knew in their own marrow”

    “see p.s. in ‘gee, naw’s” … “once the deep seeps in”

    But is there something “right” to keep?

  2. What else but those small skeletons do need their wardrobes 🙂

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