Light–A 2011 New Year’s Wish

the better to see
my dears
open
doors and third eye
windows
clean
closets and soul
remove spider webs
from heads
and hearts
unwrap fears
and fly

(From Allegories of Altars, We Inhale Press, 2008)

About Ayodele Nzinga, MFA, PhD

I create; therefore I am.
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6 Responses to Light–A 2011 New Year’s Wish

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  2. gracefulglider says:

    simple and brief and full of mystery!!
    lovely piece!

    Like

  3. Jingle says:

    lovely words. well put.

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  4. dancingfreak says:

    eeeeeeeeeee 😀 sweet 🙂

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  5. Sam373 says:

    Yes, fly up real high in the sky; where birds dare not glide; but in your heart I feel a sigh…now that you would rather live than die>
    We are waiting for you to share it all.

    Like

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