NaPoWriMo 10 — Book Spine Poem

The dust that falls from dreams, where my heart used to beat.
All the light we cannot see among our endless numbered days; 
one hundred years of solitude.
The shock of the fall — extremely loud and incredibly close.
Atonement for a black heart,
just never let me go.
And the mountains echoed with the shadow of the wind.

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