Pluto


The corners turn upward,
filled with cobwebs,
old books,
and dust-
an unremarkable incident led
to the greatest turnover in the history of the past.
And the structure rips and tears,
despite careful movements.
Anything left untouched is fragile.
Inner beauty exposed.

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Britany Kahle is a poetess, wordsmith, and creative entrepreneur, whose goal in life is to help others find their soul within. Residing in North Carolina, she loves to hike and climb summits. Her collection of poetry, entitled Vade Mecum: An Adoxography, revolves around lunar themes, which is where her poem "Pluto" comes from. Considered to be abstract poetry, Britany's work is meant to be open for interpretation. She plans on publishing soon. Other poetry and prose written by Britany can be found at www.britanyjk.blogspot.com.