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Paper Unicorn

by on Feb 25, 2016 in Poetry | 0 comments

Unicorns endure only the brief touch of a maiden, her pure palm free of the snarl of man’s complications— his tangled and blood-thick love. Innocence is often folded paper-thin, sun-warm, delicately alive in the wild. Stark before the backdrop of green, the unicorn’s breath blesses the...

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The Underworld

by on Oct 15, 2015 in Poetry | 0 comments

Lovelier than you would imagine. Rimed with soil, the smell of citrus, moss, stairs that descend into the depths of the earth. Great dark river, half fog and half water, tossing its ancient head. Water scent, taste of cold.   Slip of silver on your tongue, lunar dust, moon fruits glowing...

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