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So sweetly,

cigarette smoke

matches the sinew-

ous swirls of

your dress, blowing

in the summer sunset;


The fall rolls in,

on cold air’s broad wings.

My skin,

belongs to you,

and my bones will stutter.

Set rhythm to our teeth


Our tongues, dance under back lighting.

A snowglobe of water drops:


Behind her eyes

the mountains of hope.

Peaks pure with snow,

like glass rain.

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I really appreciate your poetry, and I look forward to seeing more of you work ♥

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