Tag Archives: McLean Swanson

Phoenician Waltz

A sultry haze of gray billows skyward, massaging rays of light into existence. Nebulous, then—coalescence at the edge of the stratosphere; forming an hourglass, it thins and dons a cocktail dress and stilettos. A fiction writer at heart, McLean Swanson … Continue reading

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À la Muse

Crawling along pavement, a snail’s pace, the envy of glaciers, yet a single breath’s lament casts shadows upon progress—denied despite the aegis innocence binds to a soul, its lit passages, now darkened, match its blackest niches. Color drips from bleeding … Continue reading

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