Hold On

The most beautiful impossibilities are the heaviest to hold and their sharp edges cut already bleeding hands trying desperately to hold on long enough to find some reality within. The alternative is keeping my grasp empty, but dreams do not form well in a vacuum.

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2 thoughts on “Hold On

  1. I misunderstood this post. I thought you were holding on not letting go.

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