February 26, 2017

An ache requires endurance. Stamina. A mind-marathon that may or may not 
result in implosion.

My internal landscape ached for a decade before my body finally tried to 

But the darkness wasn’t dark enough for me, and the light was too bright. 

Still, before they returned my restless spirit back to its aching body, they 
did so with the promise that relief too required endurance, the benefit 
of which was wings.
More about biancabowers

Bianca Bowers is the author of three poetry books; Love Is A Song She Sang From A Cage (2016), Passage (2015), and Death and Life (2014). She holds a BA in English and Film/TV/Media Studies and her poetry has appeared in Shot Glass Journal, Tongue In Your Ear, and The Art Toppling Tobacco Project. The human condition is the heartbeat of her writing explorations, and suspended metaphors are trademarks of her poetry and fiction. She finished writing her debut novel, Cape of Storms, in November 2016, and is currently seeking an Agent. Other works in progress two poetry books, a women's fiction novel, and a spy/thriller series. You can find her at www.biancabowers.com


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