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Out of my reach

“Show me something I can hold on to.
A webbing cave formation, or
an undiscovered, white-sand beach.

Something so Earthly, so permanent,
that it will exist long after my death. 13 more words

Writing

Digging

That summer doesn’t
haunt my dreams; what’s worse is that
I almost can’t remember it at all.
It’s a heavy, empty patch of longing,
tangled, vining regret. 30 more words

Poetry

Everything in its Right Place

The rabbit eats the green and the fox eats the rabbit,
And like a conductor the sun governs it all,
Waving rays like arms erratically, 124 more words

Poem

Untold Beauty

The truest beauty
of a soul lies tucked away
in its deepest creases.

Poetry

Time Unrelenting

Time is the
unrelenting
enemy of a
heart which
finds itself
haunted by
yesterday’s
touch…

Poetry

Utterly Undone

The soft
press of
his skin
against
mine—

And
I am
utterly
undone.

Poetry