the significance of a washed-out sky


she’s flannel-soft today, the muddled
braised white of a favorite tee turned




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7 Responses to the significance of a washed-out sky

  1. Misky says:

    Perfect. Braised-white. I like that phrase.

  2. bubbles says:

    If you look at it a certain way, a turned t is a sword … or a cross being drug … dragged?

  3. Amazing… a high five and a two thumbs up!

  4. mandibelle16 says:

    I like his little Poem. You describe such a feeling of comfort init. But not a bad kind of comfort but a happy comfort relaxed, and a tranquil environment for both. The word ‘braised’ was interesting made me think both were eating good food too that that was part of their serene world.

  5. bubbles says:

    The sky being flannel soft is really stunning.

  6. rosemawrites says:

    aaaaah. the visual. so gooood!

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