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Birds Breaking My Iced Cages by Jessica Ni Leacai

From glass cages, they freed the fathomed birds and their demours dimmed the brightest skies and ice, irked over these grounds of grieving. As I seen them soar over my shadowed sittings, I wished their travels would welcome warmer weathers, … Continue reading

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Cluttered Windows in Dormant Hours by Jessica Ni Leacai

In night, I mourn the morning’s solstice In paleness, placid showed no slumber In hours, I grieved the grimmest vapors And in no surety, did my sanity erupt. In light, rodents’ wings rap my windows In greyness, ghastly they mock … Continue reading

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Botanical Bequeath by Jessica Ni Leacai

Sparked Signals of yellow stood striking their flints against cloud clustered skies. Greens garden of shivering sporters wearing the earth warm with their gaming  skills. Flora fascinates the strolling sorts in vainful seeking of a burnt out star’s heat. Botanic … Continue reading

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Was it the Light by Jessica Ni Leacai

  Why does morning molest my mortal soul, sending slumber, such simplicity regarded as remedial, yet eyes I can not close, cells powered on, off button broken, brain’s batteries undrained Owls ornate, in hours hosted by night’s nocturn, service in … Continue reading

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