Happy Hallloooweeen

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(If indeed halloween haunts, then this haunts me)

Let’s not carve mountains out of mole-hills. I have not loved many enough to tell grandiose stories of love.

‘Sweet-heart’, he calls.

At the dying seconds of ‘eart..’ when vocals stagger, when notes lose breath, start to die out.

Ah, that haunts me. In those dying seconds. How not to forget.


2 thoughts on “Happy Hallloooweeen

  1. Natasha you and your friend looks so pretttttttyyyy. I think you must be feeling better with all your health issues. And the poetry is so saddd :(

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