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Seaweed Surf

Yeah! she wore armor.

Arrested by fear, she loved, loving him, behind his lustrous mirror. A skate in his shoes, unfit to fly, she drowned in midnight tears.

As a romantic heart, she fell, headlong, into the midnight sky. Drained of control, she darned their love and silently waved goodbye.

A feminine lit, from the inside out, she forgot where flowers bloom. And so underneath, the ivy hides, the crystals of many moons.