Glimpses

Monday, January 30, 2012

At the End of the Day - (BFF162)






Shadows wash away the hazy shades of sunlight mingled
with cloudy sky ambition,
and oolong tea.
She pours herself into comfortable familiarity
remembers what she had forgotten
and forgets about the day.
Faces float by inside a mind full of dreams
standing in line for an opportunity
to wake
while she prepares to ignore
a desire she had long ago put to bed
so that she may sleep
at the end of the day.
k~

18 comments:

  1. provacative. -"Faces float by inside a mind full of dreams
    standing in line for an opportunity
    to wake"

    Not sure why exactly, but this is vivid and disturbing to me and yet, quieting at the same time.

    Lovely.

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    1. Because you, m'Friend, are finding it easier to climb inside my mind and read between the lines ;-) HugZ~

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  2. Sometimes just getting to the end of the day is enough.

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    1. Well hi there Tim, nice to see you made it over this way:-) Yes, it certainly is!

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  3. You just described exactly what happens in my head! I love it!

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    1. :-) That's encouraging Darlene, that means that there are other people that think like me!

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  4. I love poetry, it is so expressive and I enjoyed this one, short, to the point and I loved it. Thanks for sharing this.

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  5. I'm such a dreamer--well written--and I can totally relate to this poem.

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    1. Aren't most writers part dreamer? ;-) Glad you found something in it you could relate to!

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  6. s w e e t and that BFF picture..would love to shoot a sky like that one day! :0) awesome post

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    1. Thanks Brenda, I would be willing to bet you will find many beautiful skies to shoot before too long! Love your shots!

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    1. Thank you Beth, for making this part of your blogging along :-)

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