The Song Only She Could Hear

Crumpled plastic, crawling to resurrection
Hands briefly venturing in the vineyard
A voice interrupts its heavenly affection
Breaks through copious lullabying words
New worlds created at her feet
A solution that will blur
This red heat will mold her
Back into stolen laughter

Pure liquid slowly finding a path
Omnipotence dripping through her container
Forgetting the fliter leering close behind
For a short time, her enemies became extracted
Packaged into jars, carefully concealed

Softly stringing slient notes
The hurricane submits to its grace
For she is no longer apart of the human race
Celestial, she floats
Summoned to a ball that seeks a writhing shimmer

Once divine, once molten
Her fog clears to the obscure
Broken, her remarks are restored unspoken
Where aspiration is yesterday's chore
Choking out an explosion that swore to never cease growing

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