Mirrors

Poem By Cassandra Helen

Embers of voices
Crackling in ears.
Light leaving dreams,
A pile of ash.

Remember?

Language older than happiness
Running
Over rock.
Time like the mountains

Rock
To dust
To rock.

The weight of the way things should be.

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