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honor, hatred, home

hear her. hear him.

By Addison HornerPublished about a year ago β€’ 1 min read
honor, hatred, home
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Honor holds her head high.

Hear her hallelujahs,

her humanity,

her hope.

Hatred howls his heavy heart.

Hear his hubris,

His horror,

His hurt.

He hesitates.

Huddled, hunkered, humorless,

He hems.

He haws.

Honor hears him.

Hoping, healing, hearkening,



Her homily,

"Hie, head here."

He hears her.

He heeds her.

Horizon, hill, house,


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About the Creator

Addison Horner

I love fantasy epics, action thrillers, and those blurbs about farmers on boxes of organic mac and cheese. MARROW AND SOUL (YA fantasy) available February 5, 2024.

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  • Michele Hardyabout a year ago

    Home sweet home. Great job!

  • Jessabout a year ago

    Thank you for sharingβ€”loved this take on the tautogram challenge. I was reading it in a staccato beat and loved the rhyme!

  • Babs Iversonabout a year ago

    Well done!!!πŸ’–πŸ’–πŸ’•

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