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Heavens Skin

written by: Beth Tremaglio

@TremaglioBeth

 

I stood by the water watched the moon roll
across the boundaries ledge,

hang herself from the wisdom of nature's
lips,
my flesh immersed

my breath lost
to the cries
seeping through the cracks of heavens skin.

 

NOTE FROM THE AUTHOR:

When the heavens cry,
nature speaks 
blanketing the flesh

Beth Tremaglio

Beth Tremaglio

JULY 2016 AUTHOR OF THE MONTH at Spillwords.com
Finding my way back to myself through writing and climbing.
Musings
Randomness of thoughts
Writing words, letting them live through me
Beth Tremaglio

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