Cheshire Moon

Cheshire Moon

Sky blue walls suspend bleeding hoarfrost, plummeting mercurial vapors seep unchecked into folded cartilage. Yearning arthritic arms envelope stained fiber shards tacked among the celestial ceiling.

Cheshire moon grins.
Black heaven sparkles.
Wind heaves.

Autumn remnants chime, scurry, stumble across white dunes. Crystal tide shifts, connective tissues loosen, fallen apple mentors. Sliding masses rumble, shake, tumble. Darkness snuffs oxygen.

Cheshire moon grins.
Black heaven swirls.
Wind leaves.

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About Matthew J. Durocher

Matthew Durocher is a graduate of Michigan Tech University. He acquired his BA in English along with a minor in Music Composition and a certificate in Writing in Spring 2012. His style is one of passion and musicality. One foot is firmly rooted in tradition while the other slides dangerously close to the clouds.
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5 Responses to Cheshire Moon

  1. Jessica says:

    I really like this. Love the variations in the second and fourth stanzas….

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