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Snowflake Eyes

snowflake eyes, never find a pair like them again. caught in starlight moon dance and summer drizzle. she liked walking in the rain. baby dragonflies, hatching with wet wings, flying to discover themselves in black abyss. hum while she steps in puddles, shoes filling soggy and romantic, leaving mud tracks on your carpet, never forget she was there. is she everywhere. is she anywhere. under the bed, look for monsters while she sleeps. tell her a story, but don’t want her to close those snowflake eyes. give you everything just to make you smile, give you sunflowers kissed with dew, lavender, and honeysuckle, she loves you too much. take her walking in the rain, keep her shoes dry, keep her eyes clear, let her run through misting rainbows of prismatic sunlight, the clouds are almost at an end. she is sunshine, when it gets too cold, warms you hands, heart. makes stick men to keep her company on lonely days, never leave her side. never break her stride. moths drawn to her eyes like flames, singing in the hum hum. never buy an umbrella. dancing in the asphalt, falling she’ll get hurt, falling on her knees, she’s been spinning too fast. today you left her. she broke her  stick men, and somehow melted her snowflake eyes. when will she freeze again?


About deadendemily

Emily lives in Austin, TX. She has a minor in chaos and a major in spray paint. She likes Vincent Price and ABBA. She enjoys being covered in fake blood and writing horror stories. Most of the time she just hopes that her cat is not plotting to murder her, her cat being a minion of Satan and all. They would never suspect the cat.

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