on atomity


Shame never stays dead for long.

Thank you,
João-Maria.

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João-Maria

A tick clinging to the bristles of a purple boar.

20 thoughts on “on atomity”

    1. Lucy!, I forgot to reply, as I couldn’t do it right ahead.
      Thank you, dearest, that means so much coming from you!; you’re among the best of the best in WordPress. It truly warms my heart to receive such compliment.
      And I was already following you, but recently had my entire following list wiped off, so don’t be alarmed.

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      1. Oh my goodness, I feel so honored to hear that from you. You’re one of my top favorite authors here on WordPress, one of the best writers I have seen; and I am absolutely amazed of your work. Thank you for your lovely words, and please do keep weaving your beautiful poetry. ❤ ❤

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      2. Oh, Lucy, what an illimitable joy you’ve given me. It seems we’ve been admiring each other in pillowed silence.
        I’m glad you enjoy me so dearly, and I certainly enjoy you just the same. Please, don’t ever stop, either; some lights cannot dim, cannot wane.

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    1. Incognizant of it until now, the sentiments that inspired this truly were compulsion and malediction.
      I wrote this poem in the better sum of fifteen minutes (it shows)and I’m still unsure why.

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