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A few senses to come to

no smoke smell
from there in our hair
until we get here

passing in the hall
someone else’s TV’s whistle
train at grandma’s


barren trees
grass bends soft underfoot
early fall, still.


flag, scarf snaps straight out
turn bricked corner, wind shadow
pulled punch slap caress

buttered carrots
licked length dribbling
caught. flushed.


More people doing the Come To Your Senses prompt.

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  1. A few senses to come to

    I like how you explored each sense. Very enjoyable! Much peace, JanePoe

    AnonymousNovember 22, 2006 @ 6:51 pm



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