108 Days of American Sentence ~ Day 21 with Joan Baez

Let down my guard – split, shed my skin – Phoenix rise in my mind, no one sees.

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Spring fever brain boil – thoughts drip moist (like) sweat from Tarzan’s breast – salt on skin.

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get your guns, gas, and beer here © Holly Troy, March 2017

“Nasty Man” (©️Gabriel Earl Music, 2017) (words and music by Joan Baez)

108 Days of American Sentence: Day 20

Ghost hover in corner / squeeze him out of bed / stare at my man all night!

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108 Days of American Sentence – Day 19

Bird-heart rib cage / frantic flutter wing-span / off-beat dream shake / new song sung

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paper towel heart © Holly Troy 3.5.2017

108 Days of American Sentence – Day 18

Cold wet weight crushing old limbs already heavy with sap, springtime snow.

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Spring snow © 2017 Holly Troy

108 Days of American Sentence ~ Day 15

Hurt – his first word – I’m sorry – as if there was anything I could do.

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108 Days of American Sentence ~ Day 14

3:00 AM

The Purple Elephant Parade begins at the House of Origin.

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108 Days of American Sentence ~ Day 13

Shift to gratitude: relief/redemption/restoration/hope/blessings.

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108 Days of American Sentence ~ Day 12

When she asked why I have bad teeth, I lied, and told her I didn’t know.

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108 Days of American Sentence – Day 11

My baby is sick and I don’t know what to do — waiting is so hard.

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sunflower mountain © 2016 Holly Troy