Monthly Archives: September 2022

The Open Field

Half-hearted,half-blessed.A common threshold,a blossomed Marigold. To you I seea beauty of forest.To you I beholda perfect monument. 2022

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anatomy

there issilence buriedunderneath myold self, wanting to shout,wanting to fillthe space with words, words that speakvolumes of whereabouts. hurting lingerswhile summer is gone. hurting clingsat the back of my head. 2022

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constellations

webecome smalleron beds butbigger in dreams. weare paintedcolorful and vivid. 2022

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The Guilty One

Barefoot. Water on the ground.The wind on my hair, the treesshield the sun. I hear somethinglike a whisper behind my back.But all these visions are dreamswrecking my nights, punishing melike deads coming from the grave.I’m just the guilty one, the … Continue reading

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labyrinth

gold that glitterslike your sparklingeyes, telling me truththan once-upon-a-timefairy tales. you wrap thesun with japanesepapers, burning yourheart to ashes ofgrey and blue. 2022

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celcius

rallyingmy feelingsall through thenight is a wasteof time. 2022

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Most Of You

Pertaining to youraffection, darling.It’s engulfing mein perfect drowning.I deserve this.You deserve me.You’re my meant to be. 2022

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