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the musings of an overactive mind


Last night I said goodbye, As pieces of my heart died. I have to believe You know what’s best. That order will be made from this chaotic mess. My heart yearns to hear his voice, But his silence must be my choice. Keep me strong as I fall and stumble. Pick up the pieces as…
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Migration (Fusion Haiku)

This poem is for the Carpe Diem #1553 challenge You create a “fusion” haiku from the two original haiku: Waving the pampass grass, At the Shinkjuku station, I said goodbye. Yamaguchi Seison The migratory birds Make the wind blowing down to Osaka From mountains frequently. Kawahigashi Hekigoto   The pampass grass waves “goodbye,” to migrating…
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What Remains (Cherita)

Time slipped through her fingers. Youthful memories unraveled, shifting from one era to the next. The tighter she clung. The faster they slipped away. Until all that remained was today. © 2018 eat. create. repeat, all rights reserved. image: bing.com   Narrative:  I am a little late on this one.  Found this neat little poetry…
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Starry Wink

Slowly night settles, wrapping its cloak around me. I snuggle in close. The crisp air crackles. Harmonies of “goodnight” swell as beasts go to sleep. Color bursts skyward. Tendrils of pink and red spread. The sun bids adieu. While stars wink and blink their “hellos.” written for dverse poets Quadrille #68 challenge © 2018 eat.…
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