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it was a midnight hanging with the moon being rather bright when a planetary crush decided time was getting right …

and pretty little vapors then descended taking all the men back with them up to heaven. all of them, off course, not having any luggage stopping first to visit where they planned higher migration then  they landed back on mars in a final destination (discovered only days before on a prior expedition).  “unknown,” shouted a yeoman as the captain pulled away from his universal challenge outbound further on the way from another’s distant planet.  (that is when) some portal on this day went astray from any life-possesing logic(!)

paying close attention as the wind became the start of gamma weather…

above them birds adorned in colorful airwaves and boas made of feathers flew around the sudden stars to save an inky blacked-out essence of a solar silhouette left to float with other remnants.  (come on Major Tom! wake up! get with it!)  you’re spaceship’s already been returned back to the peyote painted desert where songs for you to hear are all kept neatly planted in shiny silver rows assured by everyone you’ll start feeling rather pleasant as those little fender seedlings sprout under the golden sun – oh, I really hope you find it… it’s been waiting there so long and it’s such a lovely magic!

@ 04/15/2013 by KPW

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About KatherinePopeWolcott

currently compiling thoughts/writings -- notebooks full, pulled apart and put back together and then something new, and here it all comes. two books being finished in the interim. Sometimes really frustrating. I remain with little interest in attempting to learn the "how to" parts of blogging because I'm technically inept, so multiple limitations are always present; just try not to think about... but other creations coming soon -- I think I am able to scan/pdf; what I am currently working on (paintings and photos and painted photos) once finished; or get someone else to do it for me.
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