Tag Archives: Death

Descent – Heather Mirassou

How dare mutest thee heaven’s sanctity. Now them hast deep spirits quickening breath. A vision childless breaking virtues angel’s slumber in death. Advertisements

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If I Were There – Heather Mirassou

Peaches and pears your delight Divine roses a gift from your wife Your favorite soups and stews Lamb and veal cooked to and fro In silence in your hammock Hoping the sun melts the cancer away If I were there … Continue reading

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One Dirt Grave – Heather Mirassou

She was only fourteen Happy and vibrant Awaiting her first kiss Not noticing who was watching Her neighbor odd but friendly Obsessed with her loveliness Coerced her to stray from safety She fell into a pit Dug well ahead of … Continue reading

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