Catch on My Tongue, But since I was Driving, Just Hypnotized Insteadby Brenda Erickson
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ABOUT THE ART
New Years Eve, 1982.
You called. I knew you would. I was just walking in from a dull party, the tart taste of cheap Riesling on my tongue. You said what I wanted to hear. You needed me. I smiled, you were a sweet talker then, confident but sincere. I needed you too.
I agreed to drive to your college despite the falling snow. At first it was one flake, then two, but soon it was more. The snow fell against the windshield unscathed (note: I really should have gotten the wipers fixed but that was money I didn't have) and soon I was in a snow dream...lucid and vivid and when the road disappeared, I didn't mind...
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Created in 2014.
snow, snowflake, blizzard, star, night, cold, flurries, holiday, beauty, white, blue, calm, hypnotize, fall, blow