When Words Crowd an Indifferent Sky

Open to a whisper-kick? Let’s cue these shadowclouds,
breeze-spark bliss stormspill-sky. Ghosts’ll giggle, twist-spring

flickerfear this bubbleballoon moon. She’ll dream
-drizzle-dance you still, echo-skip breeze; journey free. We

spice hope, dawn-dream, spark-spring-forward. Shimmer
-grin-green, cue curled-breath. Lull death’s creak.

Pepper roses, scars. Sound jars. Melt leaves.

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The One With All The Words, for dVerse Quadrille

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13 Responses to When Words Crowd an Indifferent Sky

  1. maggie says:

    Oh, lawdy. I’m watching a music video that involves a lap dance, so you know what I’m picturing here:

    “She’ll dream
    -drizzle-dance you still”

    “whisper-kick” … Best verb (and opening sentence) EVER!

  2. kanzensakura says:

    You and Lillian…so very talented.

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  3. maggie says:

    I keep seeing “when words crow De” (and “when words screw De”) in the title. 🙂

  4. X says:

    I will just bow.

  5. blogoratti says:

    Very vividly put. a delight to read indeed.

  6. kim881 says:

    Bring on more quadrille words – and hyphens! Wordsmithery at its best!

  7. lillian says:

    LOVE that whisper-kick! 🙂 Yeah for compound words and hyphens!

  8. Now that’s a creative way to use them all. Like Bjorn says above me, HYPHENATOR!

  9. If I were wearing a hat, it would be off to you!

  10. rosemawrites says:

    awwwwwwwwwwwww. those hyphened words. amaaaaazing!!

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