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Tag Archives: dream
All I have are words — egg shells & feathers, hollow bones, empty nests — to give you, numbingly, the endless iconography, litany/liturgy of love & loss, sad little hellish dreamworld I less inhabit than wear around me tight as … Continue reading
Say you are the tomato plant in the container on the flagstone patio of her garden. She waters you when you droop, and snips away the superfluous yellow flowers. You are not the tomato plant in its entirety, in her … Continue reading
the moon is a solitary pearl a dumbstruck simpleton’s smile curled around the tiny grain of my solipsismal dream
These long December nights when the world is enigmatized in snow and the eerie moonglow makes me feel as though I am on the moon myself, a strange monochromatic sensation like x-rays of my past and future selves with all … Continue reading
love how it flaps its black wings and flies through my dreams how it hops beside the highway and how it pecks out the eyes those windows to the soul
I dreamed you clothed in golden sunlight with the neck and head of a deer and two human breasts small and round like the first ripe peaches of summer, and goat’s beard lichen, pale yellow, a soft tangle between your … Continue reading
On the last warm day of November you walk until ten past dark like a sleeper melting once more into the warmth of dreams before swinging her feet to the cold floor.