holding on to everything, then letting it go


shall we dawn a spring-sparked dance
of bubblebreeze, drizzledawn?

grin me something shimmer-skipped;
scar-curled stillness, whispered on.

giggle me ghosts and lull-balloons,
a spilled-rose cloud that leaves too soon.

leaves of green, twist-shadow sky,
open the journey; melt into why.

cue breath.

……………..jar death.



A second quadrille for dVerse, The One With All The Words. 


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5 Responses to holding on to everything, then letting it go

  1. Grace says:

    Wow De ! Love the word pairings specially lull-balloons, jar death !

  2. frankhubeny says:

    I liked “giggle me ghosts”.

  3. Rosemary Nissen-Wade says:


  4. Exceptional word play. I enjoyed it all … up to the jar death anyway!

  5. Mish says:

    Every ounce of this is delicious, but “melt into why”…that is profound. Wow.

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