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Emerald moon moss
Tiger's eye sky
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I don't think I understand all of the thingz you mention, like "mat lands" (nonstandard adjective and plural noun or declarative sentence?) and "revolving skin" (dancing sexually objectified person?), but some of the others really resonated, especially the first stanza. I love the first stanza. I might put it on my wall, copyright permitting.
Is "becons" "beacons" or "beckons" or neither or both?
whoops it's beacon, fixed thanks!
i guess a few things aren't clear, these are three seperate pieces but i guess they are a similar style so i posted them all at once!! each was just a glimpse... mat lands was like desert (so yeah nonstandard adjective and plural noun), revolving skin was waves
I don't really think I've read anything like this before. Very cool.
"Amethyst mist." Interesting imagery.
What was your insperation for some of the thingz?
lol i just close my eyes and do the first thing i see. that's what i do for probably 80% of my poetry. if you want the spoiler for what each one is specifically... first one is just a field at twilight, kind of a moor i guess. the second was grand-canyonesque. the third was rolling waves at the beach
Revolving skin! I thought that was just some bizarre surrealistic collision. I totally see that now—the surface of the ocean rolling and swirling.
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