September Safe Haven

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Status: In Progress  |  Genre: Romance  |  House: Booksie Classic

Submitted: September 09, 2018

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Pleasant birth of September eve chirping cicadas sawing their wings, to call upon females discretely eluding and to seranade in nature's beauty.

Even when there's not a dry spell in April monsoons, where all the blooming orchards drown in depressed gullies, levee high, there's always a September eve that accepts you.

Sky of sanded glass, not a black cloud in sight, grapevine porch chairs, oak limbs widdled and observed by descendants of natural carpenters and philosophers of earth.

September eve of stationing thoughts, that run on leopard feet, through schraded vallies of worry knives, and biting lips of self embrace.

Even when there's not a wind in the air, humid and care free, you await to breath in the dawn of dusk, to only gasp at the beauty of this September eve.


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