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Paper boats

Paper boats

"You think we could sail our paper boats today?"

Red shoes danced away in baby hurricane winds , ripple effect me back away , to another lake view.

 Yet they were just puddles    winter showers    such velvet ember  hands you got.   She was the shelter for my bones    Pirates set full speed ahead waving rage  afloat that sleepy peculiar avenue. 
 
"Of course we can dear ."

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Dean Kuch

Hey, Phar Awaye...
In Stephen King's best selling novel " IT ", Georgie Denbrough's big brother, Billy, gives Georgie a paper boat dubbed, the 'S.S. Georgie', and sends him outside, in the rain to play with it after coating Georgie's paper pride with Gulf wax to waterproof it.
If you've read the book or seen the film, you already know how well that worked out.
Once Pennywise the Dancing Clown got through with Georgie, there was s lot of red in the water, that's for sure.
But it wasn't from his tennis shoes, if ya know what I'm sayin'?
Interesting piece, "P"...
~Dean Kuch 😱🤡

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Phar Awaye

Oh of course SK is a kingly writer ! Definitely a fave of mine , I appreciate the words brotha :) means a lot 

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Dean Kuch

My pleasure, Phar Awaye.
Later, my friend.
~Dean  :)

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Nigel Cresswell

"Such velvet ember hands you got" lovely line in a great poem. Nice one
Nigel

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Phar Awaye

As always I appreciate the love brother 🖊

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