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    dots Submission Name: Pajaritadots

    Author: rev.jpfadeproof
    ASL Info:    27/m/nyc
    Elite Ratio:    6.09 - 366/363/154
    Words: 198
    Class/Type: Poetry/Misc
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       she's a little bird in my bones-

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    As I write this, you’re resonating in me.
    There’s a tiny thrashing in my cells.
    You’re the iridescent hummingbird that flickers in my fibers.
    I feel it all the time.
    I can’t escape that little bird;
    I try to restrain her, try to press her down; but I can’t;
    I’ve grown to love her so-
    She sings to me as I lay my head to slumber each night like a
    Small seraph
    And picks my bones
    In morning to wake me.
    I’ve never had such a beautiful creature live in me before.
    I just don’t know what to do, or what to say, or how to act.
    I feel so damn vulnerable!
    That tiny bird can grind me like a stone.
    That scares me.
    I’m not ashamed to admit that-

    So fly on, my Pajarita!

    Fly high on through the night and the stars, the moon and the sun.
    Soar through the constellations and sing-

    Just be sure to

    Come back home
    And nest in my cage of bone.

    dicicco cosentino ©

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      Be as free as you like, my love
    ascend above darkness tonight
    let every memory be a harbor, safe
    from nightmares that wrestle the light...

    Just my thoughts on yours.
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