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Spring Morning

I see before me a river valley, Framed by cloud-piercing mountains. I stand just above the tree-line, Breathing cold, thin air. With snow that never melts, underneath my feet ~ I gaze down at spring, in full bloom. Yet just … Continue reading

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Words to Unburden a Heavy Heart

Sleep is a curious thing, especially when insistent thoughts won’t let you close your eyes. It takes a bit of time for the mind to catch up with the heart, especially when it feels this heavy. You mean so much … Continue reading

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Sleepless

Strange dreams have, followed me of late. Although, they are not, Altogether unpleasant. My waking hours are, Hectic, to say the least. Herein lies the reason, I have been shirking sleep. Procrastinate, though I could, Would only further exasperate ~ … Continue reading

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Thunderstorm

As I lie awake, Listening in anticipation, Of a coming thunderstorm, That so far, Has remained quiet ~ My thoughts wander. To many things I am prone, But they lack the severity, Of this particular tendency. Any moment now, The … Continue reading

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Nightwind

I am the chill in the air, she told me. The reassuring touch, Come nightfall. Like her sister, And the other divines, When she speaks I am compelled to listen. I am not like my twin, Daywind lacks my subtlety. … Continue reading

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Pensive

I’ve had an extended period of inactivity here on WordPress. I can’t really say that there has been any particular reason for this, unfortunately. I think it is perhaps more of a lapse with its roots in pensiveness rather than … Continue reading

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The Ghost Named Stagnation

An old ghost had returned to him, he could not see it but he knew it was there. He could feel it following, observe his every move and thought. Once he might have found it frightening, but the time for … Continue reading

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