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Gingerbread Dreams

May 1999

Gingerbread dreams encase
A melancholy afternoon
I walk along a weeping
Sunbleached fence
And fade into an
Icy stolen field
My eyes dripping honey
At the tangerine sky
Star-crested lights hum
In the distance
Trusting spontaneity
To transform me
I am aware of
Passionate spirit creativity
The willingness of
Imagination to flow
Into a metamorphosis of
Inner child
Enhanced in butterfly flight
Gingerbread dreams must dance
Across a feminine
Harmony of soul

-- Robert Paczkowski


Edited by Dennis Rhodes.


Back to the May 1999 issue of Body Positive magazine.


  
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