Anticipation

—Judy DeCroce

advancing
toward a canvas of light

something is twisting
pure
worming its way
waking

breaching the crust still small
pale
pulling past the usual stops

growing a change

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Judy DeCroce, is an American poet/flash fiction writer, educator, and avid reader who began writing flash fiction and poetry in 2006—many of which have been published by Plato’s Cave online, Front Porch Review, Amethyst Review, Tigershark Publishing, and The BeZine. Her works have been featured in US, UK, and India.


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One thought on “Anticipation

  1. I like this piece because it reminds me of a chrysalis, which I imagine is what you intended. I hope that we all may be “growing a change”…for the betterment of mankind. 🙂 Thanks for sharing with us!

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