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“Let not thy breath”

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Let not thy breath utter into the wind unkindness

Icy stillness

Separates relationships

Estranged

Like strangers

Cold indifference

Freezes conversations

Unsaid

Into glacial towers

Frozen fear

Is silent

As anxious anger

Spills over

In ruthless

Verbal venom

Walls mount

Communication crumbles

Noiselessly

Memories fade

From heartaches hurting

Hungering

F\or a soft touch

Of the hand

Now closed

Chained to

Withdrawal

Deep inside

Tumble-down tears

From tolerant

Tempests tearing

Let not thy breath

Utter into the wind

Unkindnesses,

For yea, that same breath circles and cometh back

With a mighty sting

Unto the One

That loveth you

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Poem by Imelda Dickinson, www.imeldadickinson.com
Published: World of Poetry, Sacramento. Ca.