FOOLED BY FLESH

I thought we’d carved our lines into hearts, sentences poured over favoured flesh, I etched eternal but you; ink tipped temporary. All words by Damien B. Donnelly Inspired by a Twitter prompt Ink from #Microprompt 

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THE LIGHT

Day 2: National Poetry Writing Month #NaPoWriMo Dance in the light now. Lighter, feel the light. In parting you touch my cheek, fragility caressing flesh as magnolia’s unfold overhead. Goodbye I hear you say from the distance, from where the light is so much brighter, and off you go, lighter now, in form, in vision […]

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Nana, Always and Forever

The years roll by In a hazy blur of time passing At accelerating speeds- Another year older And each subsequent year flies by Faster than the one before, Filled with new faces, New phases, New beginnings, And newer goodbyes, Anniversaries draw near And that feeling arrives- That sense of something missing- But just gone of […]

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We Never Saw Forever

  No more sorrys, No more words No more time. No more pretending That this is working Our days are gone. No more waiting For those calls That seldom came. No more arms Wrapped around me While I sleep. No more breath Upon my shoulder As I dream. No more questions For our future We […]

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