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Sharing Breath

Sharing Breath

Sharing Breath

Two quarters paid to a man
standing at a tall
podium. Two quarters
to walk In
the red and white striped tent. 
        
Suspended in amber
Infants with heads that
hang, eyes
closed in silence. Infants that dispelled the
same last breath.

Woven together as if still forming
an embryo. Joined
at the lungs.  Breaking and bending the normal
shape. A two- headed
Nightingale, with their twisted tails and skeleton
hips. An impossible error displayed
in formaldehyde.

Walking out of the red and white
striped tent.  The gold liquid flushed from my throat. 

Originally from Los Angeles, Celeste Morales has
 been living in North County San Diego since 2009. 
Her colorful poetry impress mysterious images upon the
 reader leaving it open for interpretation.

WHAT ARE YOU THINKING?

WHAT ARE YOU THINKING?

Trapeze War

Trapeze War