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CONSULTATION

I ask if
A secret shower
Will pronounce evening sounds
Only you can see

SUMMER MORNING

When slender tendrils bruise me
An immense blossom
Slices through summer morning
People I love go there
Grow and work and
Create new dreams in liquid blue sky

HER WILD WIND

Her wild wind
Leaves cracked bouquets
We consume this dark day
With scorched secrets
And crunched smoked glass

If you are like her sister
All about with and were
You will use your glass tongue
To burn my skin dry
As ancient lace
And create new who and why pages
In our already told story

Charu Colorado
December 13, 2008
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Comment by Krishna on February 7, 2010 at 9:46pm
beautiful

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