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as in Presbyterian Church in America
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Self-proclaimed band nerd
Planet Earth nerd
etc, etc
Joined September 10, 2019

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Back from hiatus with new ideas and fresh words.

On Loneliness

July 13, 2020


sometimes I hold parties
with the stars, dress
in a silver ballgown adorned 
with a hundred diamonds, 
fabric falling to my ankles
and rippling outwards, 
a sea of glimmering crystals
and glass. canis major is 
my companion, orion and cassiopeia 
accompany me in my celestial
waltz, tiptoeing across 
black skies on friday nights
in our solitary ballet.
we are elegance incarnate, immortal 
beings gifted with the sky
as our stage, an expanse 
of glorious emptiness
to be filled with our dancing.
I take constellations
and lace them through
my braided hair until
I am dripping with starlight.
someday I’m sure
there will be a star named for me,
dwelling eternal in the darkness,
and I’ll dance forever in the dreams
of children just like me,
who whisper secrets to the stars because
only the stars will listen.

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  • Dmoral

    this is so elegantly beautiful and heartbreaking and i absolutely love this piece. it might be a favorite of mine of ours

    4 months ago
  • Paisley Blue

    oh my goodness this is astonishing wow.

    4 months ago
  • sunny.v

    this is stunning! your diction blew me out of the water. wow.

    5 months ago
  • outoftheblue

    The imagery here is just stunning. I can't believe I just found your account.

    5 months ago
  • van gogh's girl

    That first lineeeee

    5 months ago
  • Anne Blackwood

    I will always come back to this piece just to take it in all over again

    5 months ago