That’s just it

by Gabriela Magaña

Trip by Jamilia Brisco

Trip by Jamilia Brisco

That’s just it.
She has no cause to act up with a stranger.
That’s just it.
Too much pretending was making her sick.
That’s just it.
She fit tight in her skin and walked high in her fire.

There were heartaches and losses, she kissed them goodbye.

That’s just it.
She let passion run wild through her veins.
That’s just it.
She has her wholeness to keep her alive.
That’s just it.
She is breathing and kissing the stars.

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