Monthly Archives: June 2010

Mist of Sad Songs

With the sweat of icons and glistened pearls in stone, she wept for lambs lost, generations plowed under and sweet potatoes that sun themselves. This south, sweet heritage of folds, of historical nuance and terrible crimes. Lay with me tender, … Continue reading

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Dirt of Dust

Puffing fire from air and heat from dark, willowed and bent – We lost ourselves in the leaves, who were dried and crisp as offerings, as the dirt of dust seeps gently overhead – The waves are rippled with final thoughts and breaths that … Continue reading

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