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"You feel right to me," she said. "Like naked on cashmere."

Atticus presents a daily poetry reading of all his poems you know and love, and some you have yet to discover.

This is a moment to pause. A space for self-reflection. A chance for you to rediscover the poetry in life. We hope it’s going to feel really good — like naked on cashmere.

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"You feel right to me," she said. "Like naked on cashmere."

Atticus presents a daily poetry reading of all his poems you know and love, and some you have yet to discover.

This is a moment to pause. A space for self-reflection. A chance for you to rediscover the poetry in life. We hope it’s going to feel really good — like naked on cashmere.

    I Want To Know Every Part Of You

    I Want To Know Every Part Of You

    I want to know
    every part of you,
    every scar,
    every bruise,
    I want to trace the map of you,
    my fingers a compass,
    your freckles the constellations
    which in my heart I will chart
    so when I close my eyes
    I’ll have you in my stars forever.

    xx Atticus

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    There We Were Making Rhythms

    There We Were Making Rhythms

    There we were making rhythms
    Jumping ahead of Earth’s own heartbeat
    Setting new times to our universe
    And we drank it in like warming wine
    We the children
    Running to deserts
    Pockets full of magic
    With whiskey spirits in our souls and our wings
    Us few the bold
    The brave trodden souls
    Tobacco stinging bright our gypsie eyes
    Kaleidoscopes reaching fingers through our minds
    To stir our colored dreams
    Our dusty hearts set aflame
    By setting stars and shooting suns
    And here the sparks become our loves
    And so with them we danced up
    Into airless skies and cloudless nights
    To make ash angels on moons
    And snowflakes of Milky Ways

    xx Atticus
    @atticuspoetry

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    I’ve Had The Slow Murmur of a Paris Thought

    I’ve Had The Slow Murmur of a Paris Thought

    Hello, Saturday. This is day seven of this week’s theme of PARIS. xx

    • 3 min
    "Paris in Spring” by Sara Teasdale

    "Paris in Spring” by Sara Teasdale

    Hey there, Friday. This is day six of this week’s theme of PARIS. x

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    There Is No Safer Place

    There Is No Safer Place

    Hi, Thursday. This is day five of this week’s theme of PARIS. xx

    • 3 min
    In The Mornings

    In The Mornings

    Hello, Wednesday. This is day four of this week’s theme of PARIS. xx

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poetrylover✹ ,

Naked on cashmere

I am in a bus listening to a podcast: NAKED ON CASHMERE by the remarkable author Atticus.
I have been following Atticus for a long time now and I have also read his first two books in hopes to read The truth about magic soon.
His poetry is wordless, it’s awakening, it’s painful, it’s lovely and a bunch of other adjectives more.
But this podcast... oh my god!
Every time that I read a poem I try to read it as he would and when I finish I say “ I think I’ve succeeded” but after listening to his voice I said “not even close”.
I love the way the music starts and how he says “this moment is yours” because there is no best way to express what poetry is to others. Poetry is mine! Everyone understands it in a different way and no way is better than another.
To finish I have to say that this podcast has made me travel to the Milky Way and back and has made me see the stars brighter than I already saw them. It has made me smile and even cry.
So thank you Atticus for creating this podcast.
Here you have the first three sentences of the poem I wrote madly in youth
-I wrote madly in youth. 
I wrote because I had so much to see 
and so much to say-
LISTEN TO IT AT ONCE

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