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Heaviness and Silence

A dark so deep, it is like a shell Enclosing me within my skin’s depth Blinding my eyes just as well But breathing, still not death A stillness that brings no sound A silent fullness fills my ear No footsteps … Continue reading

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The Fortress

It climbed to heights unknown to him Surpassing the mountains in the sky Placing the spires in the high atmosphere He stopped, looked down, and asked why But the bricks were in place, the mortar set He paused again, emitting … Continue reading

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The Light Willing

I strode out into the light of day Though it was mostly blinding me I pushed aside the filtering clouds And I thought that at last I could see   But the light that shone wasn’t up to par It … Continue reading

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The Snow Kept Falling

It was light, then fluffy, then heavy and blinding It was distracting, then obscuring, then blanketing Then it was over.   Barbara Blackcinder

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