SMOKE SCREENS
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madisonyoungCommunity member
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maybe when the smoke clears, you'll see me.

SMOKE SCREENS

by madisonyoung

white lace and fishnet stockings, baby soft lips and wide green eyes. she ain't naive, she's resourceful—using what God gave her

she burns cigarettes like incense, just to make dust fall on the shiny redwood dresser—smoke like ghosts in the air

it's how she knows ghosts are real—how she knows she's real.

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3 months agoReply
This certainly set a lugubrious tone. But it was exquisitely written. The pain and loneliness were manifest. Great post!!!!!!!!