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he always knew the shattered glass that found stillness deep within would make its way to the surface once again after motionless existence and as it emerged bit by bit its sharp journey would spring the gatekeepers back and each … Continue reading

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to watch you go

you lean into me I push back onto you gently forward guiding you through unmarked¬†avenues turning down darkened tunnels unknown depth unsure steps you turn around I disappear standing frozen you take one step at a time and each becomes … Continue reading

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that flower

when I awoke this morning I remembered the small flower that split through the broken sidewalk where I used to sit, when I was nine, on summer days when the silence of the afternoon lay softly across my neighborhood rising … Continue reading

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April 9

something for the child in all of us… if you find a fairy¬†walking in the shadow of the moon stay hushed inside your footsteps until she breaks in tune she’ll call to you in song and echo her witty way … Continue reading

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