Large Leaps Into Small Chasms

A wish mistaken for a slow breeze
Breathing down a sharp ravine littered with trees
That seemed to just hold on,
But for their growth on a narrow cliff
That seemed too, to wish for something more than
A shallow gulf not deep enough to die in,
But more than enough to just hold on to.

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One Comment on “Large Leaps Into Small Chasms”

  1. ryandpurcell says:

    This makes me think of the giant maple tree standing alone in the empty cornfield near tillman’s ravine. It’s a dramatic scene. Have you been to stokes?


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