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Your Balter Calls Our Rains to Heel

The way you sway in easy communion with gravity

Photo by michael podger on Unsplash

I’ve never given myself
to anything in my life
the way you sway in easy
communion with gravity,




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Barry Dawson Jr. IV

Barry Dawson Jr. IV

Medium Top Procrastinator. Guilty of writing under the influence. No, I’m not upset. My face always looks this way. INTP

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