A Story by Jeannette Lunete

The galaxy has shipped over. Marie-Julie has her last 2 wishes to make. 
The 1st one on the list - that no one signs up for empathy.
The 2nd one - the burning of the list.
Raphael will commit the lust for life in his 50s. His uncle Sam has reminded him at the age of 5 that infinity knocks on your door when your bones start to whisper. 
A cold shower in the evening will swallow the  filthy conformism that sticks in your 21st century epiderm.
We are grounded for the sidewalk, so let us just pass by.

© 2015 Jeannette Lunete

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wow! there is an inferno in the belly of this one .. those two wishes are astounding to me ... a sharpening of the blade ..the river crossed ... your poem is riddled with side passages and mental emotional exercising ...i feel a bit of relief that i can not ken the true meanings here ..but so much suggestion ..delights the ego ;}

Posted 4 Years Ago

Jeannette Lunete

4 Years Ago

Thanks E. :)

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Jeannette Lunete
Jeannette Lunete

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