Day 3: Stars Clothe

Stars clothe the wandering one beneath an ancient moon. 

A path split between moonlight and shadows of mist. She remembered her own shadows of tavern promises and basement doorways. 

A shadow turned blood and bone and smelling of stars whispers, 
“Come with me. I’ll dispose of your monsters, ” She watched him swallow church alters and Mother with her holy water. 

The stars lit the path before them. She fed him as they tread.

 

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Rose Ketring

Rose Ketring is an artist and writer who uses a variety of methods--from collage to acrylic to prose--to convey stories and experiences. My process follows into those dark corners to find threads of light. In the absence of meaning, creation continues where words can’t travel.

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