Indigo Sonata

(an American sentence)



She breathes in shades of blue, believes, leaves the sonnet writing to the breeze.


Prompted by PAD, day 11


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1 Response to Indigo Sonata

  1. Shawna says:

    I am deeply enamored of that title. Especially if you’re talking about the medication. (Sonata is a sedative that causes relaxation and is used to treat insomnia.) I can’t think of a more effective “sleeping pill” than lake water and a sweet evening breeze.

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