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A Worm Ate Inside Me by Jessica Ni Leacai

I wished myself the stem, a flower blooming How you stunned my growth, with sharp shears The roots of me withered, you poisoned them Life bled from my leaves, veins viciously cut Your weeds arrogate my being, parasites implanting bile … Continue reading

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Planted Once Found by Jessica Ni Leacai

If I was a passionate planter, I’d pluck and pierce in every canter, I’d rip the flowers from the earth, and graciously give them a better birth. I’d despel the daunting, douring weeds, and cast caution and capsule all the seeds, … Continue reading

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