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Somewhere along the river - A.M. Albaugh

cursed blood subjective wars detritus on muddied shores a microcosm faltering intentions rescinding a cavernous catharsis baby teeth and mockingbird feet an offering placed on a jagged altar a spell complete pending the wind and stars a sense of direction through uncharted waters throwing the bones needs and deeds superseded nothing is truly known the muck, the worms, the centipedes the nature of existence in a state of flux the terminus in the distance a watery reflection concealment and revelation the crux of a paradox comprehension through strife transformation through perception a veritable life


A.M. Albaugh enjoys writing short stories and poetry and has written two books. She is also a photographer and loves to travel.


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