August 26/365 Sisters

I promised myself that I wasn’t going to go deep into the past to resurrect poems I wrote while I had three names. Leave 30-year-old chestnuts alone! I barely remember the woman who wrote these; Indigo could tell you more about her than I can. Another promise broken.

Sisters

NOTE: Apologies for lousy scanning! Something is going wrong with our ancient machine, and I didn’t want to fight with the WordPress formatting gods.

 

2 thoughts on “August 26/365 Sisters

  1. Wow. I can’t believe how familiar this poem feels to me so many years later. No sound, no sound. Hey everyone: See how easy it would be to develop a fangirlcrush on this woman?

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  2. That last sentence really got me. I have a sister who was a lot older. Only in the last years have we been able to see each other – just a bit.

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