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take my hand and climb with me…

one hundred and fifty six degrees: ‘it’s complicated…’

Somnambulist (Simply Being Loved) ~ BT (ft. JC Chasez)

one hundred and fifty six

Though, we. Are, no longer. Friends. Contact, ceased. Fire. Social, media. Mute. Where once, we followed. Conversations.

Though, you. Burnt, gifts. Hollowed, book. Of secret, poetry. Hand, made. By heart. Then consecrated, to the pyre.

Though, I. Am free. Half life, of shackles. Promises, sworn. To wait, til eighty. To live, a life. Together.

Though, all. Remaining. Is, memory. Emotion, felt. Tense, past. With no, roots. In, the present.

Surely, it counts. For something. That, once. Upon, a time. We dreamt, and loved. As kindreds.

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A thousand years of timeless days…

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3 comments on “one hundred and fifty six degrees: ‘it’s complicated…’

  1. Marie
    March 5, 2013

    Beautiful!
    Happy Tree Tuesday! 🙂

    • circulartree
      March 7, 2013

      Thank YOU Marie! Love your Tree Tuesday concept and so loved your first LITH print. Big love from the Overberg, Bx

  2. seanbidd
    March 8, 2013

    A memory of recollection, though I’ve never been there… The feeling is of walking through the Scottish Highlands (or even on the Isle of Skye), passing through a lifting mist in the early hours of the morning. This triggered another memory, that of a film I watched when I was about 8/9, called Brigadoon (along with other films too, when much older too), although it was probably not filmed in Scotland, it was the intended setting. Like being in a dream of such places, Sean

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