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    dots Submission Name: taught again to breathedots
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    Author: CrypticBard
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    dotstaught again to breathedots
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    el em en oh P!
    there by a twinkling
    bring to mind again

    long-forgotten inkling
    of how life took on
    a gilded prospect

    of coaxing dreams

    in a garden where
    now broken petals
    reek with sap & scent

    here, a-b-c's haven't
    ended with x-y-zed's
    basics of life re-learnt


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      I am with my ten month old all day, and I doe d my evenings and weekends with my kindergartener. I took this literally. Living these things all over from the time I first learned them, makes me feel like I am as you say, in a garden where things aren't quite the same as when you last saw them. Some things broken, some things alive to your senses. Same place, different atmosphere.
    | Posted on 2015-12-14 00:00:00 | by lori_tab | [ Reply to This ]


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