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Paper Dolls

 Heather M. Browne
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Paper Dolls
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54 years of saggy skin and weakened eyes has resulted in this new adventure of poetry for Heather M. Browne, maybe because imagination is what...read more works better than joints and vision at her age.
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She
likes
to   cut
paper
dolls
in
  strips
   of stark
white and
fashions
them with
one   part
lost:
                                                                            the      arms
                                                                             or        legs
                                                                     which          calms
                                                                        her             down
                                                                  so she                can sleep
                                                                      in piece.    
8 comments

Discussion

  3 years ago · in response to Amy Barry

    Thank you so much Amy!
  3 years ago
Great read!
  3 years ago · in response to Brian Hobbs

    Thank you Brian! So glad you like it!
  3 years ago
Great piece! Economical and exact!
  3 years ago · in response to Steven Gulvezan

    Thank you Steven! I greatly appreciate that!
  3 years ago
Your words arranged perfectly on the page cut to the heart of the poem.
  3 years ago · in response to Travis Blair

    Thank you so much Travis! I really appreciate that! Cool!
  3 years ago
nicely done! I love the rhythm and the clever ending is killer.