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Damaged in Making by Jessica Ni Leacai

A wayward man,a severed root, this unnerved problem. These barren streets,these uprooted trees,this jungle town. The empty bottles,the dangling branches,this hazard area. Each patron call,each tree falling,this ill society.    This poem can be read on poetry.com – http://poetry.com/poems/204363 Advertisements

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Shambled Skies Awakened by Jessica Ni Leacai

The night’s sky grasped for it’s clusters, twinkling, twilight orbs of scattering specks, vast in the vacancies of heaven’s vault. Azure hues aching for their slumber yawn, sleepily, searching blankets of dark dimmers, but lamposts in luminance halt their sopor. … Continue reading

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In Tarmac Traversed

Willowing, weaving copses coronate the night’s sky begging for a boundless, borderless range and I wishing,hath the heaven’s forgiveness and bountiful belongingconvinced such merciful acts of harmonious physis in motion. Deminishing, derelict destitutes, streets of asphaltic canvases, draw in forests of human … Continue reading

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