We are the Branches by Kristina Neal Mosley

Take my body to the farm
I’ll lay my wounds on the ground
Encapsulate my tears in honey
Let the oxygen go-round
Revive the laughter of my soul
Revive the hope of growing old
Revive the rivers flowing in my belly
Revive the tongues of my trees

 

Revive my spirit,

Revive my eyes that I might see
Revive my heart, my former dreams
Revive the latter rain in me
Revive the years from whence I came.
Revive each connective hymns, let me sing
Revive the cartilage in my knees
Revive my copper cowbells, thus I pray

 

Take my body to the farm
I’ll lay my wounds on the ground
Encapsulate my tears in honey
Let the oxygen go-round

 

© Kristina Neal Mosley

Cover Saltwater on My Knees

Excerpt from the book Saltwater on My Knees

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kristina-mosley About the Author

Kristina Mosley: An Advocate for Women’s rights. Mother of three children, Holding an B.A in Mental Health, from Wilberforce University and Master of Jurisprudence from Widener University School of law, Health law M.J.

Visit Kristina’s Author Page At: www.ctupublishinggroup.com/kristina-neal-mosley.html



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