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Terrestrial Journals V

Sometimes I return unto the old neighborhood

To take a stroll down recollections lane....

Silver mesh thousand foot tall cyclone fences

Capped in razors edge; finding the windows

That they longingly peered through as within

These shackles they bled; amid the blindness

Of their eyes in this beatitudes story

Told, once upon a threshfuls time; polarized

By the Northern Star; where Angels sing....


....“Terrestrial Journals” *

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  1. Date: 5/2/2012 1:32:00 PM
    Another beautiful entry with such powerful words and imagery. I like this one best so far. Always, Laura