age of wonderelectricity on a porch swing at duskage of wonder by Aquarius-Claire
the fireflies would light gold on the wilting field
behind your house, the hills sang, made me want to
run and spread abandon from the palms of my hands.
at night with the crickets i could hear our
fingertips colliding like molecules going fast.
the weight of ages pressed into your collarbone
snowstorms running taxis blindly--countryside
and i was feeble beneath the sheets we hung
to feel safe with ourselves, a caught breath
a crocheted doll you sent me, it sits now by the window
of my room in the city quiet and gold while everything
else feels massive and beating, a pulse in
a finger-lit sky erupting with stars.
AshesI kneel before the ashes of what once was,Ashes by TheLunaLily
and cry my bleeding heart out, because
the ashes are a part of me,
the part that cannot speak or see.
I will weep for them, as they burned for me.
don't let the wind blow thee away.
suddenly lost and gone astray.
Oh, ashes, ashes..
Now I fall down.