18 thoughts on “Shell

  1. C.C. says:

    The longing in this is so tangible that it is something that continues to echo in the images (love the nautilus one…I used to do that all the time when I was a child) you have painted for us. Beautiful.

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  2. innatejames says:

    The feeling of emptiness rings like a bell throughout these four sentences, Christine. And the image of broken lives lying next to sea glass paints a jagged, dangerous-if-not-cautious picture. Deftly picked word choices!

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  3. Kir Piccini says:

    I loved the image of holding that shell to your ear, listening, yearning for a old love.
    Heart break just like that sea glass, but you gave voice to it with these 42 words.

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