Each month, write a new collection.
River Dockrough hewn woodcanoe tiedat the bowpole andtackle boxsit askewquiet covedark with branchesclasping hands
Love this one too man!
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Loosing TimeHe’s waiting at the elevatorHis jacket ready fastenedOff on public transit todayWe smile and greet with ease.His head injury is healingConcrete familiar is goodWe’ve studied schedule, practiced routes. Three minutes to arrival.He says, it was oatmeal again today, The roommate snored last night I watch as he finds the exit door His double vision mastered.We find the bench. The sun climbs highButterflies play on blossomsWe’re basking in the outside world.Let the shuttle be late.Now snap back into timeHold rail and mount the steps, Sink into a well worn seat. Off to a wondrous ride.Windows break open picturesOf sights familar yet new Mundane events are comfortWe’re riding in the flow.With conversation easy Challenges surpassedContained in jostlingSpringy seats.A life of more to live.
a nice in the moment piece.
Yeah, absolutely. Great piece!
Treehousea few boardsfor the floorbranches and leavesmake a roofnothing moreis requiredfor the boy’simaginations
I have been trying to write more outside of the prompts. This one seemed to fit for today also.
This is a great poem, man, but it is COMPLETELY inside the prompt I think!
It is, but I wrote it a few days before
Oceans of Desire...I lose my sense of timeWhen I look into the eyesOf the Man I want, love and need.
Good work here!
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