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.. she was born ……(water soft, wind-worn) …under dragonbreath …………………………..clouds. .. .. This elemental wisp for day 10 for OctPoWriMo gets me caught up.
(aubade for all things broken) .. For more than ever, I have wanted something more than all this strugg -led skin, wanted to shrug my shoulders and shed my shoulds, fill my scars with stories. See that place beside the … Continue reading
Maciej Koniuszy float us somewhere crimson, gold. there are secrets in these watery ellipses; we have grown long in our own reflections, ……………waiting. … photo and prompt from mindlovemiserysmenagerie.
.. Take me down to the river, we say and we mean we want to be washed clean, freed from all this pain and salt and shame. Un -stain us from these words we’ve said, these lies we’ve spread, these … Continue reading
hue me some indigo shade some cobalt space to spill my smile. color me saved by breeze and wave and trees and aquamarine breath. still me by these sacred shores, this startling more that soothes my soul. chain me deep … Continue reading
. photo by Toni Frissell she is sometimes still astonished by her lack of gills. the rest of her is fine and finned and flowing, infinite in all this sway. she holds the earth at bay by floating, held soft … Continue reading
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photo by Vampire Zombie her invisible un -der water piano plays (mostly) in -digo, but also ebony and i’ve-(st)ory. .. photo prompt from mindlovemisery.