A.M. Poetry
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A.M. Poetry

The harbor could no longer harbor the wait, as grain by grain dwindled through the hourglass. Only one believed, knew, she, too, could live crystalline, and she liquefied, a lonesome self-foundry, forging grit in the face of expected floundering. Survival uncertain, she spun her molecules evolving from a sandy, Stockholm lemming into a single, wayward shard. Miniscule but sharp against her ancestors’ prison, she…

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Anne Marie Wells’s poetry published in literary journals and magazines both online and in print.

..after bright..

..the garden bench..

relentless nature

conjunctive chaos

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Anne Marie Wells

Anne Marie Wells

Poet. Storyteller. Activist. annemariewellswriter.com

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