pier 7

2 Responses to “pier 7”

  1. by the water’s edge,
    holding it in is still more
    noble than letting
    it out. you show
    me this by way of
    example, the centuries
    of men and women –
    fathers and mothers,
    daughters and sons
    friends and lovers –
    who by day held
    their struggles
    humming within
    the palms of their
    hands and by night
    plunged them into
    waters as deep as their
    breaths, coming up
    for air, whispering
    only into the gaps
    between the stories
    that were meant
    to be told, passed on

  2. An in between each breath, silently
    our, and their secrets shall,
    dreamingly pass…

    kisses chris

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