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small blooms

thou answerest them only with spring – E.E. Cummings  .. too soon, these skies will make themselves known as pirate waters: tumultuous, stirred dark and deep. steeped in skeletal clouds and masthead thunder. we’ll wonder how we ever found the sun. … Continue reading

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tangerine sky

… it floats up slow, like it’s got no place to be, no sea of blue to spotlight and sizzle. it breaches mountain top, climbs upupup, apricot fingers sticky with a new day’s hope.   ..   …

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Tied, Untried & True

… spring has sprung and she feels flung. no time to sing, laugh in flowers, raise face to sun. give her a warm-wandered shore, a place to store the sands of time. a sea. a song. spring her ……….(undone) from … Continue reading

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