Tiny Fawns

Daily poetry from Brianna Dawn.

Tag Archive for ‘purpose’

out of the way

when adventuring people rarely take roads poked with potholes puddles on rainy days biting at jeans clouds roll around on their bellies in the skies people rarely walk the ways which take them out of their way when it’s that distance, which will make them fly ____ backdated post a day poem for December 1st, 2017

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seek out the lackluster and you’ll never be disappointed, but seek out disappointment and you’ll never be satisfied, but the best of all is to live without limitations – stepping outside boundaries to be greeted with moments beyond expectation – grief, failure, happiness, success – anything could unfold – truth be told, if you live boldly all that is lackluster will be made of gold __ written by Tiny Fawns […]

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to catch ourselves, the fireflies

sometimes i want to walk on the moon let the weight of my worries feel a little lighter on my shoulders, gravity won’t hold us down too much sometimes i want to walk on Mercury, feel closer to the sharper, hotter touch of fire from a dying star we think of ourselves as temporary and the universe everlasting when all of us from humans to ants to planets to jellyfish […]

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