Stutter in Snow

December 3, 2010 § Leave a comment


poetry response post

Porcelain Raft – Tip of Your Tongue

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Beneath the white,

stars at night

gaze

Down to us; our voice and trust,

Everything and anything we can even try to say.

Yearning,

 mouth taking instrument,

as its purpose.

So try!

A view of the river

with her,

so white she was.

You could only utter,

stutter

And look for the deafening constants

in the sky and water,

whilst you hummed

To yourself.

Winter greetings,

george

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