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    dots Submission Name: in the bind of the wooddots
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    Author: blackbird
    ASL Info:    31/male/reykjavik iceland
    Elite Ratio:    2.35 - 194/328/300
    Words: 129
    Class/Type: Poetry/Misc
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    dotsin the bind of the wooddots
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    ask me for a star
    plucked from a child heart
    while seven evenings
    pass the rosie tongues
    of angels towards your eyes.

    the african lilly protrudes
    like a steam of feeling
    amongst the leaves.
    it is the mind of its own
    that bleaches the bones
    of memory to nothingness.

    or is it the sun,
    that runs its warming breath
    across us,
    that really knows
    the winding path
    of longing?

    romance is ready-made
    and sings to the sting
    of every heartbeat.
    yard by yard,
    i'm walking
    towards the graves
    of my unknowing.

    the grass is moving,
    my hands are blowing
    in the air
    & i've seen such strange scenes
    in the muddle of it all.
    i find
    that i'm blind
    in the bind of the wood.




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