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Star Extinction

.. Had they been placed closer, we would have used them up by now, hacked off pieces for our pleasure, stored up self -ish shelved treasures of shine. We would have shattered them, scattered them far and wide, found a … Continue reading

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following stars

… the sky is ours tonight, black as silk and bright with promise. we’re counting pinpricks of light, keeping time only by a melting moon. orion has loosed his belt, felt our need for bright things to lead our wandering: … Continue reading

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eyes and arms and heart wide open

(the vigilance of stars)   .. well. i think we might just have something here, lost in all this blue. do you remember the way the earth swelled when you smiled? the wild heart abandon of that breeze? i’ll ask … Continue reading

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Astral Stupor

… Give me a body of water, a drizzle of stars, a jaw -dropped wonder and fireflies in jars. Give me a reckless abandon, a sweet surrender, a blind -ing bender of laughter and quiet rain. Give me a pride … Continue reading

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Orion’s Belt Unbuckling

.. Let’s give that fat and sassy moon something to talk about, something to squawk about when she bids the sun good morning. Let’s make sure the gossip’s juicy, as loosy -goosy tongues pry open this bold bruised sky. Let’s … Continue reading

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