Tiny Fawns

Daily poetry from Brianna Dawn.

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warm colors

Originally posted on Poet's Corner:
the sun steps, feet pressing into green foliage, washing her limbs in the blue and ivory seas – the earth circles around her path, night biting at her skirts, she hides her face – the world turns brass, copper, bronze – even the sands are dressed in a softly touched tawny gold across untraveled deserts at dawn ____ © Brianna – Tiny Fawns Writings

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summer sun

Originally posted on Poet's Corner:
afternoon heat splashes across parking lots, making the air wiggle and squirm – squirrels lounge in the polka-dotted shade – turtles wade and waddle in and out of the pond, sunlight transforming it into a bowl of lemonade – blades of grass collecting around its lips like straws – summer tries to fan herself with a gentle breeze, but it hardly does anything at…

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carefully written

Originally posted on Poet's Corner:
i imagine our Gods write and send letters, notes, papers, and art out into the universe they check their mailboxes lined up along the stars, cutting open messages with comet tails they wrote and read about our souls, their stories became our lives we’re all carefully written, folded up, and pocketed in the coats of the Divine ____ © Brianna – Tiny Fawns Writings

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