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Scented Ink and Silence 

She writes in wild -flowered breeze and umbered earth, past life beer-stained napkins and muddled storm all forms of desert breeze. Her fingers ache of starched parch-ment paper indigo quill spill, scratch-and-sniff stickers and AquaNet fugue the dusty memory of old books, nutmeg, musty wood. Most days, she’s good … Continue reading

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Scented Ink

… I write in rain and coffee stained half-moon paper smiles. The cloy and cling of past -life sting smoke. The perfumed poke of pine. The desert after a storm. The smell of snow and silence. Indigo flow and old … Continue reading

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