“She’s been there” – Lucia Sullivan

Art: Josephine Wall

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“She’s been there.
In the moonlight.
Where the muddy water splashed by in a summer breeze.
And Indian arrow heads lay hidden in the fields far past the beacon of water drops and moonlit light spots.
She ran thru the dirt and laid on the ground.
Looking up at the best of what life had to offer.
Open skies.
An open mind .
And dreams that led to lost love.
But love.
Love none the less.
It was better to feel the breaks.
The burn.
The painful pulses of life .
Than to close her eyes and wallow face down in the dirt.
She’s been there.
When the bow broke.
When the cold winds blew and frosted her fingers and heart to the sheer brink of her shivering blood.
She danced in the rain.
And rode with the lightning.
She let go,
And she loved and lost
And loved deeper and loved longer and lost some more.
But she won.
In the vision.
She’s been there.
She and her heart flying in the open skies.
Too big to close .
Too lofty to forget.
She lived on the edges of razor blades love kiss.
And it’s never over.
And it never kills the caged bird.
Because she,
She learned to fly.
And she can fly far,
Far away.
Into daybreak and sundown over oceans of sail boats.
On a warm day going down with the sun disc of life.
She’s been there.
And the sky is too vast to stop now.
So she flies.
She flies with the heartbeats of laughter.
She flies with a heartbeat of love.
She’s moving.
And now and then,
She may land,
On a shoulder.
And if ever you felt her touch down.
You will always remember.
She’s been there.”

Written by Lucia Sullivan ♥ Copyright 2018 all rights reserved

Westward Dreaming art by Autumn Skye Morrison

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luciasullivanpoetry

New York

I am a clairvoyant, poet, writer, and seer. I believe all things are moving towards the light. I love music, dancing, boating, nature, and animals.

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