Manatee Water

Nice

This week I was sick, flying around

From one tissue to another, working still,

Working into still, but every twenty-five minutes, I’d pass

Out on the sofa, hand over

My forehead, Victorian in despair.

One fevered dream featured the Icelandic blue

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Internationally & New York Times bestselling author. Writing tips. Almost daily animal thoughts. Podcasts. Poems. www.carriejonesbooks.blog

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Internationally & New York Times bestselling author. Writing tips. Almost daily animal thoughts. Podcasts. Poems. www.carriejonesbooks.blog

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