When Speaking to a Unicorn- Kindra M. Austin and Stephen Fuller

So thrilled to see my collaboration with Kindra M. Austin at Sudden Denouement. What fun to take on the challenge of writing about unicorns and rainbows, and pretty cool how it turned out. Thank you Kindra for sharing your writing time with me, and thank you Christine for your always passionate support of friends and writers. We hold all in the light. –Stephen

A Global Divergent Literary Collective

Once upon a time,
I asked a unicorn to dance
Seemed lonely in the field
Eating rainbow spelt 
And candied corn

A whisper snuck into my ear, 
A wistful breeze
Had been searching 
Ever since the sun
Began to shine, 

A rogue child

Have courage child, 
Walk up to her
Don’t ask about the horn, 
Not yet, she knows you know, 
She wants to be seen a part 

The sweet beast, bastardized by
Fictions fashioned by man,
Is sensitive to ill-hearted hearts;
No discernment is greater than that of
Unicorn

Approach with trueness, and no
Regard for self;
Be a leaf carried on the breeze,
Or a ray of sunlight breaking through the
Oak trees

Speak to her with kaleidoscopic words

Run up the hill
Osculate me
Yearning to
Glow like a 
Beacon
Inviting my
Valiance

She sees you
Like light in night
She hears you
A song for the…

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