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Poetry microdose: Day Seventeen

By Stevi-Lee AlverPublished about a year ago Updated about a year ago 1 min read
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Scribblings
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what is a line in isolation? a single exit which

does not exist. she speaks in multiples of two.

he orders her to move, move, move. & wraps up

her gestures in butcher paper. the pink enhances

the movement of her fingers. what a display

his market stall will have on saturday.

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what is a positive without a bond? a search wishing

to escape. take a bite, a little taste, he offers

her up to passersby. disappearing has nothing

to do with flying, it is simply the desire of flight.

what is a word without context? a force hoping

to locate the taste of meaning in scribblings.

Stevi-Lee Alver is an Australian writer and tattoo artist. She lives in the middle of Brazil with her wife. She loves bush walks and waterfalls but misses the ocean.

This poem is part of the drains of her mind collection.

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About the Creator

Stevi-Lee Alver

Australian writer and tattoo artist based in Brazil. 🏳️‍🌈🏳️‍🌈🏳️‍🌈

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