Dried Up

Sometimes what is on the outside has to wither.

Dry up until it is the wisp of nothing left that shakes loose at the shush of a breeze.

Only then can the tendrils unfurl.

 

Praying for gentle breeze to sweep away the chaff on the day that we sit still and listen to the wishes of cells yearning to stretch long into tomorrow.

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