Tag Archives: Sylvia Plath

a clean slate, with your own face on

, you find yourself indigo -clad and clapping like thunder, a blur of turquoise tutu and treehouse battle scars. the earth underfoot is a song, a sigh, a silence. the sky’s got both wings and teeth, a dragon -fly in … Continue reading

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I took a deep breath and listened to the old brag of my heart. I am, I am, I am. – Sylvia Plath .. I am a flicker of phrase in a curious jar. Firefly waiting. I am quiet lightning, … Continue reading

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It’s Complicated.

.. Once upon an embered morn, while I quoth my nevermore, you came tapping, gently rapping, opening my chamber door. I shut my eyes &felt you kiss me dead, adagio a gallop on my heart. I wish to be a … Continue reading

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