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I wish the moon would bring light through the window. Tonight, like so many nights before, just darkness. It is too dark to see even shadows, and the blackness seems to consume me like an overgrown coat. It does not … Continue reading
I pause in silence. Honoring the fallen that still forge this ground with mystery and memory. Your vacancy leaves stains permanent and pressing. Questioning – even the questions to ask. Undoubtedly I doubt my ability to heal, to offer healing … Continue reading
The aftermath of your deception numbs like snow beneath my bare feet. My tourniquet of fishing wire brings no relief, but there is freedom in the sound of my skin bruising. My blood clots in your name. Your devastation is … Continue reading