Envelopes

I find my mother's address books in a box, but their leaves are pristine. White lined sheets are empty of names now forgotten. Because the bounds have been broken, untethered ends left to whip in the wind with cruel purpose. Rosy bloomed cheeksĀ and magenta lips turned chalky, finger waves once carefully tended collapseĀ flat and gray, … Continue reading Envelopes

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