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An unsent letter from the soul.

Dear tender self, You are an unsent letter wrapped in an ancient envelope. A tea-stained seal never fully closed. Calligraphy etches on the onionskin of your sensitivities. Each layer of you is unraveling swiftly. It is necessary to find the … Continue reading

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lavender {haiku}

florets of splendor skim the edges of daylight weaving scented dreams

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I felt the quiver of aliveness. {poetry}

I folded into the crest of dawn. The scent of day called my name before my shelter had yet to stir. Still drowsy from a meadow of fragrant lavender wands, light bending into waves of rosemary, my skin somehow draped … Continue reading

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Listen, Nature Speaks.

She became the soil the earth befriended dormant lavender, brushed her pulse cells awakened nudging her soul less despised, unfurled from little repose honey of nectar, filled her veins razor-edged thorns altered anguished tendrils into, a resounding voice of verdant … Continue reading

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