Between two wind-blown trees.

She sheltered her sheets between two wind-blown trees;

a worn linden and a sapling juniper.

She wrote out her year beneath their dappled leaves,

considering the worth of the words on the paper.

*

A worn linden and a sapling juniper;

both told their own long-sown tales

and, considering the worth of the words on the paper,

she dreamed her sheets into spinnaker sails.

*

Both told their own long-sown tales,

from sun-kissed streets to shadowy alleys.

She dreamed her sheets into spinnaker sails

and breathed her poems of hill-tops and valleys,

*

from sun-kissed streets to shadowy alleys,

she cast-off and travelled the beckoning breeze

and, breathing her poems of hill-tops and valleys,

she sheltered her sheets between two wind-blown trees.

**

21 – 22: thank you for following and all your support.

KoKo/Sweet dreams x

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