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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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Disintegrated Soul by Jessica Ni Leacai

I lack the cold, you forbade me. Only ice crystals, shackle you there. Your warmth agnosises, omits a flame. What dare it, imbust fire inflamed. My furnace empty, No iced coals. You left ashes, here for winds. This poem can … Continue reading

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