Friday, 6 January 2017

tin can daydreams: a poem

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she dreams in darkness
so I make her a universe

making moons from glazed eyes
constellations blooming from freckles
planets aligning from her 
                                              tongue

because to me she sings
gravity. she sings hushed 
                                               lullabies, of tomorrows,

todays, 

close encounters of the third kind. 


'tin can daydreams' is a poem that I wrote at the tail end of 2016. It was recently featured in the space-themed issue of litmag Severine Lit which you can view online. If you liked this, why not read some more of my creative writing

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6 comments

  1. This is just beautiful Bee x

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  2. This is lovely! I've always envied people who can write poetry. I've just found your blog though Bloglovin btw and I'm hooked!
    Emily x

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  3. Bloody hell, Bee! Publish a collection already so I can buy one million copies and give one to everyone I ever see! xxx

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  4. This is so lovely Bee! I reread it a couple of times and each time I took a new meaning from it / each line. xx

    Lauren
    www.whatlaurendidtoday.blogspot.co.uk

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  5. So beautiful and calming. I've been in a wanderlust bubble all week, and the imagery from this makes me want to run and set up a tent under the stars immediately. I love it when you share your creative writing - it's always so intricate!

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