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Cloudydaylight
gracefully projects itself
through my bedroom window,
showingoff a muddled palette
of fall splendor,
conjured by a nearby maple.
Suchdisarray.
Such perfection.
I no longer exist;
nothing more
than afixated observer
sits here.
I didn't know them yesterday:
caramel,
cinnamon,
apricot.
We're suddenly close friends.
Thelingering patch
of green apple
will eventually give in to itsjealousy,
and become a faultless beauty like the rest:
a gem,
atrophy,
a newly conceived life,
drifting
into cobwebs and time.




This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine. This piece has been published in Teen Ink’s monthly print magazine.






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