when I miss you — House of Heart

Originally posted on House of Heart: my body becomes so small I could fit into the minuscule heart of a sea bird begging salt with his pulpy tongue. A discarded shirt hangs on the bed post and traces of you remain where I return and return. My cries unravel the clouds, rain down like summer…

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6 Responses to when I miss you — House of Heart

  1. Resa says:

    Everything Holly writes come from an unknown pen. I’d say a golden pen, but hers is something beyond.

  2. cindy knoke says:

    So hearbreaklingly beautiful.

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