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When Windows Pull Me Forward by Jessica Ni Leacai

When, in hours I held my harms from action, the winds of windows pulled me forward, And asked my leaping loneliness to plunge the night’s air affirmingly. Refusing, I reeled and remorsed these retractions, with hollowed heaving in gasping grief, … Continue reading

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To Ashes Left Of Want by Jessica Ni Leacai

If the souring of my soul was not forced by putrid airs, I would greet the grimmest days with generosity. But I am held here in this dormancy, and I would not warm the coldest creatures. For my heart’s hearth … Continue reading

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When Night Owls Long For Solace, They Call For You by Jessica Ni Leacai

Oh come, in heavy hours I would have you here, In all my moments your memories have held me, As I the child calmly sat in your soft hearted hands. In reflective remnants, I see your vision of valiant virtue, … Continue reading

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As A Child I Prayed For Death To Release, Now No More By Jessica Ni Leacai

What a kind creature, you comforting came, When nighttime soured the evening flowers, And I lingered lonely there for you the same.  How helplessly, hanging on has haggard worth, For thoughts imprisoned all these visions, And your dust disintegrating in damned dirt.   Would not … Continue reading

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In Rite, In Ritual, Burn It All by Jessica Ni Leacai

How these deaths were dealt, by such soured sailored seas, divvying up our disastrous takings, And we would long for lighthouses, Yet no bells bellowed for yours this sad Sunday. Her and her mourning,mellowed melodies, lace upon lips in shadows … Continue reading

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At Times You Are Sought In by Jessica Ni Leacai

Would you come to me, a feline, a cordial cat to crawl with me the night’s alleyways? Or perhaps pleasantly perch, an avis, a soulful songbird to serenade me safely homewards? Your absence adorns me, a decendent, the sister of my sorrows that severs my stitchings. … Continue reading

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A Famine of Floral Decadence by Jessica Ni Leacai

I want no more of this grave, this death, all that is embodied within this lingering leftover feeling. It steals in the sun and rots the warmest roots, what dare it to bare fruits and flowers in it’s turbulent soil. For I … Continue reading

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