Charlotte Riddle


Thin Red Lines


Thin Red Lines
running down her
arm
Thin Red Lines
deepening by the
day
Thin Red Lines
make me want to
cry
Thin Red Lines
means she might
die

Submitted: Sunday, November 06, 2005
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  • Rookie J Maret (11/6/2005 3:20:00 PM)

    curious thin red lines. signifying a moment in the present or the past. but has left much more than a mark in the person. it was not the red which fascinated me. but the word 'thin' which found its way in the middle. and it stands out with such great importance. and only a small word 'thin'. wonder why it is thin which had to hold me there. love, jose (Report) Reply

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