Sinking Manifesto by Tallulah Stallvik

Updated: Jan 5

Through the plastic and weak, rattling shades

Colored sickly and rusted

Rests raspberry bushes

I lay on in silence-soaked breeze

And hyacinths, wild heather

Laying soaked in clean, lavender sink-water

And resting watching in shrouds and halos

Navy star hands gently clutching aureate light

With starry dimples

And star-speckled poise

But the plastic and weak, rattling, cracking shades

Colored rotten and rusted

Obscure the organic,



— Tallulah Stallvik

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