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Mixed Up

(Not sure what this is meant to be about exactly. I wrote the first thing that came into my head, like a stream- of -consciousness thing. I did think about turning it into a song, but it doesn’t have a tune:)

‘Every word is a bird on your tongue. And a bird in the mouth is worth two in the hand. It looks like I am spitting feathers again. It’s like I can hear your teeth, whenever you speak it’s like singing. Every breath is like a paper aeroplane, soaring high above, and crashing in waves over my eyelids. You’ve breathed so much your nose is crumpled, or is it where God pinched it out of your face with a finger and thumb? You were the one now you needn’t be so alone.

The sky is like a big blue eye. It’s cold but the wind is my coat and the air is your arms.’

By Hannah


About chasingwoozles

I am a writer. Passionate about music, doing various random creative things, and making people laugh!

One response to “Mixed Up

  1. Gabriel Knorr ⋅

    Variation in the colour of the eyes from brown to green can all be explained by the amount of melanin in the iris, but blue-eyed individuals only have a small degree of variation in the amount of melanin in their eyes. “From this we can conclude that all blue-eyed individuals are linked to the same ancestor,” says Professor Eiberg. “They have all inherited the same switch at exactly the same spot in their DNA.” Brown-eyed individuals, by contrast, have considerable individual variation in the area of their DNA that controls melanin production.”

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