RC77

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RC77 (United States) published:

He Holds the Sun

PROMPT: Songwriting Competition 2017

When the day begins its blazing glare,
The boats rock their hulls against the tide,
And as light bleaches those pockmarked graves
Silhouettes rise to their labored lives.

You watch this unfold before your eyes,
Feel the cracked skin, the villagers' sorry plight,
To the heavens you throw your arms in prayer,
And yearn to harness the piercing light.

(Chorus)
Can you taste the Sun upon your tongue?
The grip of your want tears down the night,
And you leave...

over 3 years ago

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RC77 (United States) published:

To My Mother, with Alzheimer's

PROMPT: Letter Writing Competition 2016

My dear Lorana,

You might be wondering how I know your name. Rest assured, I am not the man that drops off envelopes at your mailbox every morning, nor am I your beloved Charlie. I don't mean harm. Do you see the green-eyed, beaming child in that wooden photo frame, the one propped up on the living room coffee table? That's me. My name is Samantha. Through the photo albums on the bottom left drawer of your bedroom's writing desk...

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almost 5 years ago

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RC77 (United States) published:

Life On A Number Line

PROMPT: 0-9


1-The number of photos I have of you.It’s pushed away into the back of a drawer in my room, faded and torn around the edges. The grainy image doesn’t do you justice; it outlines the general shape of a smile, a pair of eyes; it doesn’t capture the severe jut of your cheekbones, the hollows pocketed on your cheeks and below your chin where shadows made their home, or the bony shoulder blades. But that’s how I want to...
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almost 5 years ago

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RC77 (United States) published:

Life On A Number Line

PROMPT: 0-9


1-The number of photos I have of you.It’s pushed away into the back of a drawer in my room, faded and torn around the edges. The grainy image doesn’t do you justice; it outlines the general shape of a smile, a pair of eyes; it doesn’t capture the severe jut of your cheekbones, the hollows pocketed on your cheeks and below your chin where shadows made their home, or the bony shoulder blades. But that’s how I want to...
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