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Finding a tiny feather on the sidewalk does not mean you can grab it. do not try to nail it down beneath claws; the wind will pick it up and fly it away [do not try to make nest of it] it may look like a part of you, but it is not you, or…

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This bird is Trapped in my Camera Frozen in Take-off Forever

the plant extended itself just slightly towards the sun to motion, “hey, I need more.” maybe we all have a way of doing that whether cognizant of our own movement or not. — a centipede flew down from the wood awning fearlessly then skittered across floor boards in pursuit of destination building crevice [pretending it…

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Giving Tragedy A New Name

i wonder, if she does not see him sexual, if i contorted his body back  tying limbs into my new bike made seat of his face and rode him through camo-toting town; could she even see us through glared eye? — Him being just as difficult to get up and down  My three flights of…

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flightless

silly bird, you cannot make your nest here. even if you can piece those little fragile bits of life together convincingly. — i have flown around pearching on powerlines my whole life. I never fly the coop in winter; I am impermeable now to all seasons meant to do me harm.

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origin

the amount of times I want to fly off the side of high railings is -every-time. — Even being -near an edge, I feel the weightlessness -lift me up and -take me away. — I’ve always dreamt of flying. In my mind places, I soar up to building and tree tops. Maybe my mother knew…

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