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Alchemy completion

Alchemy completion

 .

Far enough

to line the bed with

lavender clouds,

pull off the covers

and be entombed.

Fine sleep and soft

tenderness warming limbs, 138 more words

Allison Grayhurst

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Alchemy completion

Alchemy completion Far enough to line the bed with lavender clouds, pull off the covers and be entombed. Fine sleep and soft tenderness warming limbs, wetting where it warms, soon to cool – breathing like singing, lines smeared into unified devotion, matching frequencies, backward, forward leading toward a tower to leap off of, a bed to stretch on, sink into. It is holy, mud-caked, drawn curtains torn from their rod. It is thinking in intonations and shades, a cascading buzz riveting from bone to bone – two spliced and joining opposite halves, a power equal in its mercy. Far enough, just there, drawing breath on the summit, dissolving boundaries in sensual elevation, far enough continuing, collapsing, swallowed into the pitching current.

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  • High School: Cicero-North Syracuse, Class of 2015
  • Major: Communications

Casey Rochette is ready to transfer to a private college in one of the nation’s biggest cities. 282 more words

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Researchers to look for CTE evidence in Hernandez's brain

BOSTON (AP) — Boston University researchers will study Aaron Hernandez’s brain to determine if the former NFL star suffered from the same degenerative brain disease as Hall of Famer Junior Seau and former Bears defensive back Dave Duerson, who also took their own lives. 129 more words

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Researchers to look for CTE evidence in Hernandez's brain

BOSTON (AP) — Boston University researchers will study Aaron Hernandez‘s brain to determine if the former NFL star suffered from the same degenerative brain disease as Hall of Famer Junior Seau and former Bears defensive back Dave Duerson, who also took their own lives. 138 more words

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