Wednesday, December 12, 2012


Holder Of My Heart
By Linda M. Crate

You are sweeter than chocolate that melts
on my tongue; you summon forth such joy
that not even the thickest drought of life
could draw out of my veins, you are the
elixir of life whispering its shadows across
the back of each of my smiles - you spun
me a web of possibilities to climb and my
butterfly wings beat with the quickest blur
a hummingbird's heartbeat leaping into my throat -
for you are the one that makes my heart sing,
and you're the only place that's ever felt like home.

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Linda Crate is a Pennsylvanian native currently migrated to Maine. She has a degree in English-Literature and her poetry and short stories have appeared in many publications the latest of which include: Birds Eye reView, Mirror Dance, Blue & Yellow Dog, Crisis Chronicles Online Library, Super Flash Fiction, and Dead Snakes.


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