Monthly Archives: June 2015

age

my intention my intention my intention my intentions shift like the winds I had it once a month, few weeks a second only to be swayed by what was: bundled under the bed and jewels in the sink Advertisements

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number 7

It’s the many from the bud blossom the sickly sweet air haunting every pore and the pedantic promise: seeking solitude. seasons evolve the bear and the salmon the orifice and the vow shake east, west horizon solemn sunsets a chiseled … Continue reading

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there

I sat on a cotton candy cloud planned buildings, gardens entire cities that flock of geese is judging me as I’m judging you … my skin turned bright green I can’t pinpoint the day I suppose it happened gradually a … Continue reading

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out of the woods

there is no trace of oak cedar, birch, or pine no crisp scent of fir concealed in the forest when I take a look, really examine every molecule (when I can catch my mind) (when I can catch my breath) … Continue reading

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