10 thoughts on “A Breath

  1. This piece had a weird effect on me, so to say. The lines reminded me how whenever we pronounce something, we are practicaly pronouncing it dead, too late – rarely ever managing to even describe the feeling that tried to convert itself into words.

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  2. To me I think about this as being a breath escaping in the form of snores….having its say in whispers. And I wonder if those whispers will be remembered in the morn. Smiles. A short, but depthful, write.

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  3. hopefully the words dont snore too much…cool word lambent….cool as well that you can just about say this in one breathe…

    just coming back online after a computer crash…and catching up….hope you are well…

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