You and Me

November 14, 2010
By Elanor BRONZE, Marysville, Kansas
Elanor BRONZE, Marysville, Kansas
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Favorite Quote:
It is cruel, you know, that music should be so beautiful. It has the beauty of loneliness and of pain: of strength and freedom; the beauty of disappointment and never-satisfied love, the cruel beauty of nature, and the everlasting beauty of monotony

Every now and then,
I jump into you.
Sliding between your bones,
I fit neatly in the gaps.
I cradle your kidneys
between my fingers;
I climb up your rib cage
through your blood
into your heart,
where I make my home
in your ventricles.

The author's comments:
Something I scribbled randomly one day. Home is where the heart is...what if I made my home in your heart, where I wish to be loved and remembered?

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